The effects of heat to our body range from simple discomfort to life-threatening illnesses such as heat stress/stroke.
Heat stress causes increased sweating which leads to loss of body fluid and then reduced heat tolerance. This results in reduced capacity for work, inefficiency and increased risk of hazardous incidents.
Warning signs of heat stress are tiredness, headache, nausea, loss of concentration, muscle cramps, dizziness. Consider ways of minimising or eliminating the risks. MAKE THE CHANGES in the attached document.