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radiant heat sources, high humidity, direct
physical contact with hot objects, or strenuous
physical activities have a high potential for
inducing heat stress in employees engaged in
such operations. Such places include: iron and
steel foundries, nonferrous foundries, brick-firing
and ceramic plants, glass products facilities,
rubber products factories, electrical utilities
(particularly boiler rooms), bakeries,
confectioneries, commercial kitchens, laundries,
food canneries, chemical plants, mining sites,
smelters, and steam tunnels.
such as construction, refining, asbestos removal,
and hazardous waste site activities, especially
those that require workers to wear
semipermeable or impermeable protective
Hygienists (1992) states that workers should not be
permitted to work when their deep body temperature
exceeds 38\u00b0C (100.4\u00b0F).
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