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While wildfires can happen in any area with dry seasons and dense vegetation, the western US is especially prone to them. Summer is the worst time of year for wildfires, and rising temperatures, droughts, and inconsistent rainfall all contribute to a longer and more dangerous wildfire season. Combined with autumn offshore winds, wildfires can spread and cause immense damage.


Even when the wildfires die down, the hazards remain. Heat and smoke affect air quality, and there might still be flames or embers present during cleanup efforts. Wearing wildfire PPE as you return to a burned area will protect you from environmental dangers.

Wildfire Safety: Ways to Reduce Smoke Exposure
Use these tips to reduce wildfire smoke exposure. It’s always best to have the proper safety gear on hand, regardless of your estimated risk
What's the Best Mask for Wildfire Smoke?
What employers should look for in a respirator or face mask. AB1124 California Bill requires employers to provide N95 respirators to all their employees working outdoors during a wildfire.
Worker Safety During Wildfire Cleanup
In addition to having the proper wildfire personal protective equipment, follow these safety tips to avoid the potential hazards of post-wildfire cleanup.
Preparing for Wildfires During COVID
The COVID pandemic is getting more under control thanks to vaccines, but it isn’t over yet. We have tips for preparing for wildfire season during a pandemic, from the information you should gather to the gear you should wear to protect your lungs.