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Both very cold and very hot temperatures can be dangerous to your health. In a very hot environment, the most serious concern is heat stroke, and in a cold environment, hypothermia and frostbite. While there is no maximum temperature specified, legislation does include a range of acceptable temperatures for various circumstances.
Choose from the following available resources:
Health and Safety Fact Sheets (OSH Answers)
|Cold Environments - General|
|Cold Environments - Health Effects and First Aid|
|Cold Environments - Working in the Cold|
|Hot Environments - Control Measures|
|Hot Environments - Health Effects and First Aid|
|Humidex Rating and Work|
|Temperature Conditions - Cold|
|Temperature Conditions - Hot|
|Thermal Comfort for Office Work|
|Cold Weather Workers Safety Guide||$15.00|
|Working in Hot Environments: Health and Safety Guide||$15.00|