HAndLING THE HEAT
E.COOLINE cooling clothing – The perfect heat protection for Australian miners
Working in environments with high temperatures is part of everyday life for many Australian miners. This can have serious health consequences, especially for those working on mine sites in Australia’s harsh environment. Heat-related exhaustion as well as concentration and performance problems are then part of everyday life for many – including all the associated health and safety hazards.
This does not have to be the case! That is why we have developed an effective heat protection strategy with the climate-neutral, cooling functional clothing E.COOLINE.
Heat stress risk for miners
HEALTH RISKS DUE TO HEAT
HEALTH PROTECTION IN HEAT IS INDISPENSABLE
Heat illness can occur as headache, nausea or vomiting, irritability, dizziness, fatigue and elevated heart beat. Long-term damage to health can be the result. This also leads to higher rates of accidents in the workplace, poor morale and lower productivity.
THE PERFECT SOLUTION FOR HEAT STRESS IN AUSTRALIAN MINES
Cooling clothing for greater health and safety
E.COOLINE cooling clothing such as cooling vests, cooling shirts and cooling caps combat heat stress and are very effective in plus 40 degrees. For instance in West Australia at the Pilbara mining sites temperatures of + 40 degrees are regularly measured and heatstress is there a major hazard for the employees of mining sites. Our products are easily worn under the PPE and will keep the workers in a more comfortable temperature range.
- MORE PERFORMANCE
- BETTER HEALTH
- IMPROVED REGENERATION
- MORE SAFETY
Stay healthy with E.COOLINE!
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FORMULA 1: A ROLE MODEL AT WORK
PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT LIKE THE FORMULA 1 PROS
It often gets hot at car races. But summer temperatures are a real challenge not only for the drivers, but also for the mechanics and all other employees. However, heat problems can be prevented with appropriate cooling. Let Lotus Formula 1 team boss Paul Seaby explain in the video what can be done about it by using cooling shirts, arm coolers and helminlays. Do it like the pros!