What Temperature Should an Office Be?

Answer

Employers must ensure that during working hours, the temperature inside buildings and offices is reasonable. Under the Health, Safety and Welfare regulations 1992, there is only a minimum temperature stipulated, which is 16 degrees Celsius after the first hour of working, unless the work involves strenuous physical exertion.
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