Every year, high heat affects a large number of people. Heat exhaustion, headaches, nausea, high temperatures, sunburn/sun poisoning, and other problems can result from excessive heat exposure. So, how are you going to stay cool on the job this summer? To beat the heat, try some of these suggestions.
Getting an early start will allow you to do more tasks before the heat of the day becomes unbearable. Continue to monitor the weather prediction and plan accordingly to decrease the amount of work done during the peak of the heatwave.
Lightweight, loose-fitting, light-colored clothing is the best choice for individuals working outside or in intense heat. Dark hues absorb more heat and light, so it’s necessary to dress in lighter colors to stay cool. Wear a hat or other protective clothing if possible to avoid sunburn on your head and face.
To avoid overexposure to the sun, conduct your work in a shady area if possible. Remember to use and reapply sunscreen on a frequent basis to protect your skin.
This summer, there are various strategies to avoid heat-related illness on the jobsite. Be aware of the numerous elements that can contribute to overexposure to heat and take the appropriate precautions to avoid them.
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