Workers’ perceptions of climate change related extreme heat exposure in South Australia: a cross-sectional survey

@inproceedings{Xiang2016WorkersPO,
  title={Workers’ perceptions of climate change related extreme heat exposure in South Australia: a cross-sectional survey},
  author={Jianjun Xiang and Alana L. Hansen and Dino L Pisaniello and Peng Bi},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND Occupational exposure to extreme heat without sufficient protection may not only increase the risk of heat-related illnesses and injuries but also compromise economic productivity. With predictions of more frequent and intense bouts of hot weather, workplace heat exposure is presenting a growing challenge to workers' health and safety. This study aims to investigate workers' perceptions and behavioural responses towards extreme heat exposure in a warming climate. METHODS A cross… CONTINUE READING

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