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Guidelines to Raise Knowledge and Detail Preventive Measures of Health Stress

In the context of climate change occurring and causing numerous effects all over the world, the related increase in temperature is impacting people’s livelihood and also production activities. Workers in big cities, especially workers at construction sites and trade villages are considered the most vulnerable to high temperatures. Extreme weather events and heat waves can lead to adverse impacts such as reducing workers’ health and productivity and even occupational accidents. Therefore, protecting workers’ health from the effects of high temperature should be adequately considered and assessed to ensure timely prevention measures. This is the responsibility of all stakeholders, research organizations and especially enterprise operators.