Heat stress occurs when body fails to control its internal temperature. If heat stress is not recognized and treated in the early stages, it can have serious effects on the body such as prickly heat, heat cramp, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke. It is important to know the signs and symptoms of heat exposure to treat it properly. In this Heat Stress impact series, Frank Rooney explores the various stages of heat stress and their symptoms.
All personnel that may be required to work in hot environments