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The Utility Workers and Heat Stress

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The link below is to an article on heat stress effects on workers. 

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https://mxtro.in/high-temperatures-increase-workers-injury-risk-whether-...

Where I live (California) summer stresses the grid more than any other season. Unfortunately it also stresses the professionals that must keep it working. See the above linked article for more information this subject

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