When is injury most likely to occur?
How to Use
- Locate predicted high temperature across top axis. Located humidity along side axis.
- Intersect two readings to find the Apparat Temp or "what it feels like."
Heat Index 90-100
Sun, stroke, heat cramps and heat exhaustion are possible with prolonged exposure and physical activity.
Heat Index 101-129
Sun strike, heat cramps and heat exhaustion are likely. Heat stroke is possible with prolonged exposure and physical activity.
Heat Index 120 - Higher
Heat stroke or sun stroke are imminent.
OSHA has a heat index app that can be downloaded to your phone for easy reference.
In high heat index day, take more breaks than normal and drink water even if you aren’t thirsty. If you experience any heat related illness symptoms call 911 if an emergency or if not an emergency, call Corvel workers compensation hotline.