Heat Stress - Take It Seriously!

Workers in hot environments like furnaces, smelters, boilers, confined spaces or long periods out in the sun can be subjected to various heat stress disorders.


Because of natural climatic conditions, high humidity, the outdoors life and outdoor work styles, Australian workers have a high potential for heat related work illnesses during summer.


Conditions/illnesses of importance, some of which are life threatening, are behavioural disorders, dehydration, heat cramps, fainting, heat exhaustion and the most dangerous: heatstroke.

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Heat Stress

Lack of hydration is one of the causes of heat stress. SafetyQuip offers a large range of products to keep you hydrated, plus the Electrolyte drinks taste great too!