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Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Working Outside Under Extreme Heat Is Prohibited In KSA

During summer, workers are restricted to work under the scorching heat of the Middle Eastern sun which elevates up to more than fifty degrees Celsius. It could cook an egg if you place it directly on the asphalt during midday. Just imagine how this extreme temperature does to a person who is just standing by outside, more so if you are doing hard labor under extreme heat. 


During summer, workers are restricted to work under the scorching heat of the Middle Eastern sun which elevates up to more than fifty degrees Celsius. It could cook an egg if you place it directly on the asphalt during midday. Just imagine how this extreme temperature does to a person who is just standing by outside, more so if you are doing hard labor under extreme heat.         Ads      The Philippine Embassy in Riyadh had released an advisory stating that workers should not be allowed to work under direct extreme heat during the period from 12:00 noon to 3:00pm during summer which usually falls from June15 to September 15 every year.   The Ministry of Labor and Social Development in Saudi Arabia implements an occupational safety and health (OSH) management system since July 1, 2018, in order to develop national regulations and motivate employers to create attractive, safe and healthy work environments.   The ministry had also “launch inspection rounds to make sure employers comply with the guidelines.”   Spokesman Khaled Abalkhail said that those who will violate the regulation will be fined according to the magnitude of the offense.  The people are urged to report any violation to the ministry on its customer service number (19911).    Ads    Sponsored Links    Famous for its oppressively arid climate and extreme temperature, much of the Middle Eastern terrain is uninhabited. Temperatures can reach a scorching 140 ºF / 60° C during the summer months, the heat so intense that exposure can be fatal.  Direct exposure to extreme heat may cause an inability to concentrate, muscle cramps, rash, severe thirst, heat exhaustion. heat stroke.

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During summer, workers are restricted to work under the scorching heat of the Middle Eastern sun which elevates up to more than fifty degrees Celsius. It could cook an egg if you place it directly on the asphalt during midday. Just imagine how this extreme temperature does to a person who is just standing by outside, more so if you are doing hard labor under extreme heat.         Ads      The Philippine Embassy in Riyadh had released an advisory stating that workers should not be allowed to work under direct extreme heat during the period from 12:00 noon to 3:00pm during summer which usually falls from June15 to September 15 every year.   The Ministry of Labor and Social Development in Saudi Arabia implements an occupational safety and health (OSH) management system since July 1, 2018, in order to develop national regulations and motivate employers to create attractive, safe and healthy work environments.   The ministry had also “launch inspection rounds to make sure employers comply with the guidelines.”   Spokesman Khaled Abalkhail said that those who will violate the regulation will be fined according to the magnitude of the offense.  The people are urged to report any violation to the ministry on its customer service number (19911).    Ads    Sponsored Links    Famous for its oppressively arid climate and extreme temperature, much of the Middle Eastern terrain is uninhabited. Temperatures can reach a scorching 140 ºF / 60° C during the summer months, the heat so intense that exposure can be fatal.  Direct exposure to extreme heat may cause an inability to concentrate, muscle cramps, rash, severe thirst, heat exhaustion. heat stroke.
The Philippine Embassy in Riyadh had released an advisory stating that workers should not be allowed to work under direct extreme heat during the period from 12:00 noon to 3:00pm during summer which usually falls from June15 to September 15 every year.

The Ministry of Labor and Social Development in Saudi Arabia implements an occupational safety and health (OSH) management system since July 1, 2018, in order to develop national regulations and motivate employers to create attractive, safe and healthy work environments.

The ministry had also “launch inspection rounds to make sure employers comply with the guidelines.” 

Spokesman Khaled Abalkhail said that those who will violate the regulation will be fined according to the magnitude of the offense.

The people are urged to report any violation to the ministry on its customer service number (19911).

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During summer, workers are restricted to work under the scorching heat of the Middle Eastern sun which elevates up to more than fifty degrees Celsius. It could cook an egg if you place it directly on the asphalt during midday. Just imagine how this extreme temperature does to a person who is just standing by outside, more so if you are doing hard labor under extreme heat.         Ads      The Philippine Embassy in Riyadh had released an advisory stating that workers should not be allowed to work under direct extreme heat during the period from 12:00 noon to 3:00pm during summer which usually falls from June15 to September 15 every year.   The Ministry of Labor and Social Development in Saudi Arabia implements an occupational safety and health (OSH) management system since July 1, 2018, in order to develop national regulations and motivate employers to create attractive, safe and healthy work environments.   The ministry had also “launch inspection rounds to make sure employers comply with the guidelines.”   Spokesman Khaled Abalkhail said that those who will violate the regulation will be fined according to the magnitude of the offense.  The people are urged to report any violation to the ministry on its customer service number (19911).    Ads    Sponsored Links    Famous for its oppressively arid climate and extreme temperature, much of the Middle Eastern terrain is uninhabited. Temperatures can reach a scorching 140 ºF / 60° C during the summer months, the heat so intense that exposure can be fatal.  Direct exposure to extreme heat may cause an inability to concentrate, muscle cramps, rash, severe thirst, heat exhaustion. heat stroke.
Famous for its oppressively arid climate and extreme temperature, much of the Middle Eastern terrain is uninhabited. Temperatures can reach a scorching 140 ºF / 60° C during the summer months, the heat so intense that exposure can be fatal.
Direct exposure to extreme heat may cause an inability to concentrate, muscle cramps, rash, severe thirst, heat exhaustion. heat stroke.
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