DOSH: Workers at risk of heat stress


PETALING JAYA: Many employers and workers in Malaysia remain relatively unaware of how dangerous working under the sun is despite some places having seen temperatures up to 37°C last week.

The Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) said its enforcement activities and definition of heat stress situations showed that various workplaces had a high risk of machinery or work processes that generated high amounts of heat.

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