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⭐ Toolbox Talk: Beware of the Potential for Hypothermia While Working in Cold Weather

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  When working outdoors in the cold weather, you need to keep your safety in mind. Hypothermia can set in when your normal body temperature drops below 95 degrees Fahrenheit. You may notice signs including fatigue, drowsiness, uncontrolled shivering, cold bluish skin, slurred speech, clumsy movements, and even confusion. Hypothermia is a medical emergency and […]

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