The influence of climatic factors on work performance in the oil and gas industry

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  • Published: November 2013
  • REF/ISBN: 9780852936696
  • Edition: 1st
  • Status: New

The energy industry operates in a wide range of environmental conditions across the globe. This report gives guidance on the impact of these conditions on worker safety, health and performance (and hence productivity), and in localised man-made environments such as machinery spaces and other work spaces where heat and humidity can be particular problems.

The report aims to provide a comprehensive review of the factors associated with working in extreme thermal environments and should provide the reader with sufficient information to produce a policy for workers in such environments. It is organised into sections, which can be read and used in isolation, covering a different aspect of working in an extreme thermal environment.

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