- Industrial Hygiene
- OHS Prevention & Training
- Accident records management and financing
- First Aid
Every summer, there are workers operating in hot environments who are bothered or become victims of heat shock, which can be fatal in some cases. Risk assessments for heat stress include measuring parameters such as the type of task being performed, clothing worn and environmental factors (humidity, dry bulb, wet bulb and radiant temperatures). If your business includes jobs performed in hot conditions, an assessment may be required. Santinel can carry out these specialized evaluations and, where necessary, advise you on heat stress control measures for jobs at risk that will not disrupt your operations.
A full range of interventions designed to prepare businesses and employees for work in hot conditions