Staying Warm

When it’s cold outside, body temperatures can drop dangerously low, leading to hypothermia or frostbite. When workers know they’re in for a chilly day, there are specific precautions that they can take to make sure that their bodies stay warm even in freezing weather.

Any outdoor construction site is susceptible to the effects of cold weather from road maintenance to construction of industrial buildings that haven't installed central heating. Training workers to stay warm during the winter months reduces the risk of workers getting sick or causing workplace accidents.

In this toolbox talk, you can cover the protocol for staying warm, including wearing proper clothing, staying active, and making sure to take breaks from the cold and drink hot liquids.

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