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This is how to protect employees from heat stress

This is how to protect employees from heat stress

Soaring temperatures across Australia have seen some regions reach close to 50C.

Consequently, it’s important for employers to have plans in place to prevent staff suffering when working in the heat.

The consequences of not addressing heat stress include reduced concentration, judgment and reaction time, causing a potential increase in the risk of worker injury, according to senior employment relations adviser, Employsure, Isabella Zamorano.

Read the full article here.

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