What Is the Maximum Temperature You Are Allowed to Work in?

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The law does not clarify or state a minimum temperature on which people should work in, but the temperature in workrooms should normally be at least 16°C, or 13°C if much of the work is too physical. For more information about temperatures in a work place visit the health and safety executive website.
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The law does not state the exact maximum allowable temperature but the normal work room's environment should be at least 16°C or 13°C if much of the work is physical. The law state that the temperature in workrooms should provide reasonable comfort without the need for special clothing. In area where the temperature is impractical because of hot or cold processes, all reasonable steps should be taken to achieve a temperature which is as close as possible to comfortable.
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