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Report: Exposure to environmental heat at Standard Utility Construction, Inc. in Fort Worth, Texas

DATE: 07/23/20

Within 15 minutes of being on the job, an employee became ill. He continued to work throughout the day, taking frequent rest breaks. The employee was having cramps on his left side throughout the day. After finishing the day, the employee went home and was later hospitalized with dehydration, suspected heat exhaustion, and acute kidney failure.

Report ID 2020076918  
Date 07/23/2020  
UPA 1635881  
Primary NAICS 238210  
Nature 1728 Multiple effects of heat and light
Part of Body 6 BODY SYSTEMS
Source 9262 Heat-environmental
Event 531 Exposure to environmental heat
Hospitalized Yes  
Amputation No  

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