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Title: Heat stress protection in abnormally hot environments.
Authors: Schutte, PC
Kielblock, AJ
Marx, HE
Keywords: SIMRAC
GAP 045
Heat stress protection
Hot environments
Issue Date: Nov-1994
Citation: Schutte, PC, Kielblock, AJ and Marx, HE. 1994. Heat stress protection in abnormally hot environments. Safety in Mines Research Advisory Committee, GAP 045, November, 1994, pp 1-71
Abstract: The present report presents the findings of SIMRAC project GAP 045 entitled ‘Heat stress protection in abnormally hot environments’. It is intended as a reference to develop guidelines which, in turn would assist mine management in establishing safe operational protocol for emergency work where environmental heat loads exceed the upper limits for routine work. In this respect ‘routine work’ includes all practices and procedures specifically covered by COMRO User Guide no 22 of 1991.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1679
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