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Best practice [online] : working safely in the heat and cold

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Internet only - free access
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85 p. ; 30 cm.
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Edmonton, Alberta: Work Safe Alberta
Year:
2014
Type:
Electronic resource
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Abstract:
Considers the health risks associated with working in extreme heat and cold situations, and to suggest reasonable solutions for workplaces. Includes information on: Understand how the body reacts in cold or hot environments; Recognise when it is “too” cold or “too” hot; Know the health risks associated with working in these temperatures; Be able to understand weather information or take simple measurements; and Know what steps to take to control the hazards of exposure.
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