Environmental Monitoring

Heat Stress Monitoring

Heat stress is more common than we think. And since there isn’t any exposure standard or limit for heat stress, it is important to identify and manage it wherever necessary. Heat stress can occur in a variety of workplace scenarios such as smelters, electrical distribution, even during food preparation.

As a temperature reading alone cannot identify and manage heat stress. The risk of heat-related illness can be accurately assessed by analysing workplace conditions, job requirements, and individual worker characteristics.

Compound Services Australia conducts Thermal Risk Assessment at different levels considering: