When the weather outside gets warm, people get excited and begin to make plans… but what about the ones that have to work outside?
Having to work outside has its perks but also there downsides when dealing with weather changes.
There are so many jobs that deal with outside and weather changes. They can range from wildlife firefighters, fishermen, sky diving instructors, the list is practically endless.
Although each job may be ideal for you, there are physical hazards that come with each. Being in the sun for long periods of time can be harsh on the skin and body.
Constant extreme heat causes heat exhaustion, heat cramps, and sometimes death.
In every situation, you have to make sure you’re safe at all times, but your job should be taking care of all their employees as well.
Preparing your body for your outside job should consist of drinking lots of fluids. Wearing protective gear, in the event you’re around loud noises constantly.