‘The heat is on’ is a song by Glenn Frey.
It is warm and getting warmer and it is likely to become the new norm with climatic changes. Employers will need to ensure the changing work environment created by the weather conditions is assessed with many sectors of industry currently working outside. Examples including working on construction sites, delivery drivers, confined space work, growing produce, gardening, tourism, farming etc.
The Government have issued a red warning – extreme heat with the following message
‘Substantial changes in working practices and daily routines will be required’.
Employers need to review and assess the workforce working conditions and implement any changes where there is a risk to workers health.
The following measures are to be considered:
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Construction sites are busy and hazardous places, with heavy machinery and workers operating in close
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