RR989 – The use of infra-red (tympanic) temperature as a guide to signs of heat stress in industry

Source: Health and Safety Executive on 2013-11-20 09:00:31
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The aim of this research was to explore the use of an infra-red (IR) ear thermometer to determine whether the stability and accuracy of the measurements obtained could be improved to the extent that it could be used in industry to provide a reliable indication of the risk of an individual suffering from heat strain.

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