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Working in can expose workers to environmental cold injuries.
__________puts workers at risk of cold stress and slips, trips, and falls caused by icy and snow-covered surfaces.
______ happens when your body cannot regulate its temperature.
There are several different types of cold stress, including hypothermia, ___________ , and trench foot.
______________ happens when your body temperature drops to less than 90° F
_____________ affects your feet when they are exposed to wet and cold conditions for a long period of time
Certain factors put you at higher risk of cold stress_______________.
Workers can ___________cold stress by monitoring themselves and other workers for cold stress
When working on snow or ice, wear _____________ and water resistant boots or rubber over-shoes with good rubber treads.
When working at elevated heights during cold weather, wear ____________ protection.