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Working in the cold

posted on 12:13 PM, November 15, 2018
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Working in the cold can not only be hazardous to your health, but also potentially life-threatening. Cold injuries range from chillblain, trench foot and frostbite to hypothermia, which is a medical emergency. In order to work safely, the numerous risks posed by frigid temperatures, wind chill and wetness need to be counterbalanced by various measures, including controlled exposure, education and training, and proper insulation.

Share this infographic which summarizes the major challenges and dangers of cold environments, the symptoms to watch out for, and what employers can do to protect their workers.

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