Amazon Fulfillment Center

A worker scans items as they move through the Amazon Fulfillment Center in Sacramento in 2018.

California workplace safety officials will try again to pass a long-delayed rule to protect indoor workers from extreme heat this summer — other than correctional officers and other prison staff.

The Division of Occupational Safety and Health, or Cal/OSHA, announced Thursday that it plans to revise a proposed indoor heat rule for all workers statewide to carve out “state and local correctional facilities.”