It’s paramount to know the exact temperature on your jobsite to protect workers in hot conditions. At higher temperatures, a change of even a few degrees can be a warning sign that you need to alter their workday activities to prevent the development of heat illnesses. To keep workers protected, you need a measurement tool that will calculate the most accurate temperature of your jobsite.
Being aware of the weather forecast helps you know if you should expect any hazardous conditions like extreme heat. But a standard environmental thermometer can only track the local temperature and doesn’t take factors like humidity or wind into account.