The national telephone service of the Occupational Health and Safety Authority receives numerous calls every day regarding the temperatures at workplace. According to Riimala, occupational safety regulations do not provide clear guidelines on temperatures but most employers follow the advice by the health officials.
They recommend that if temperatures at a workplace climb to 28 degrees Celsius, the staff is allowed to take a minute break each hour, Riimala says. Hot and bothered at work National Institute for Health and Welfare THL suggests that anc the hottest hours of the day, people should remain inside and avoid exercising outdoors.
It is also important to stay hydrated while abstaining from caffeinated and alcoholic drinks, THL says. A state-owned sustainable development company Motiva provides tips on how to keep houses cool during the heat wave.
Motiva advises that doors and windows should be kept closed during the day, curtains drawn and electrical appliances, including the sauna stove, should not be turned on. If, despite these measures, the temperature Hot and bothered at work remains unbearable, THL advises people to seek refuge in air-conditioned public buildings.
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