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Title: Cooling Methods to Prevent Heat-Related Illness in the Workplace.
Authors: Brearley, Matt
Affiliation: National Critical Care and Trauma Response Centre matt.brearley@nt.gov.au..
Issue Date: Feb-2016
Citation: Workplace health & safety 2016-02; 64(2): 80
Abstract: The common practice of workers resting in the shade to dissipate body heat can be complemented by ingestion of crushed ice or immersion in temperate water to rapidly lower core body temperature.
URI: http://docs.prosentient.com.au/prosentientjspui/handle/1/10777
DOI: 10.1177/2165079915613353
Type: Journal Article
Subjects: heat stress
hot and humid
ice
occupational health
water immersion
Heat Exhaustion
Hot Temperature
Humans
Immersion
Occupational Diseases
Workplace
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