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226098
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226098
action
Put in place a maximum working temperature in the work place.
background
There is a minimum working temperature of 13C for manual work and 16C for other work, so why is there no maximum temperature. There should be an upper limit of 24C which would mean employers would be forced to act and a maximum of 30C where employers can send staff home or further action taken.
additional details
if working in the cold is dangerous so can working in the heat can. working in higher temperatures can cause heat stress or heat stroke these can include symptoms of: an inability to concentrate muscle cramps heat rash severe thirst - a late symptom of heat stress fainting heat exhaustion - fatigue, giddiness, nausea, headache, moist skin heat stroke - hot dry skin, confusion, convulsions and eventual loss of consciousness.
created at
2018-07-27T16:58:31.536000+00:00
updated at
2018-11-26T18:10:18.094000+00:00
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