Different seasons can increase workers exposure to serious injuries such as broken bones, severe cut and lacerations, amputations, electrocution, chemicals, and head injuries.

Spring

Spring storms and flooding create or intensify hazards for outdoor workers. Examples include trenching cave-ins, downed power-line work, and flood clean-up activities.

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Summer Autumn/Fall

Rain, wind, fog, and shorter daylight hours can increase hazards for those working outside during autumn months. This can increase risks of injury when operating equipment or vehicles, and through slips, trips, and falls.

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Winter

Winter season can be cold and expose outdoor workers to hazards such as dangerous road conditions, and extreme cold temperatures.

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