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 Post subject: Is there a law....
PostPosted: Sat Jul 26, 2008 5:30 pm 
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......about how hot your place of work should be? My office today is about 86 degrees and fucking stifeling!! :evil: :evil: :evil:

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Sadly, no - just a minimum temperature as far as I'm aware...........

You'll have to listen out for the ice cream man (provided you hear him if Sheffield have banned the chimes after 6 or 7 seconds like they have in other towns............ :roll: :wink:


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Definitely just a minimum temperature, still Dave, least it gets you in training for life on Owld Nick's chain gang......


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 Post subject: Re: Is there a law....
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Dave wrote:
......about how hot your place of work should be? My office today is about 86 degrees and fucking stifeling!! :evil: :evil: :evil:


would I be incorrect in assuming that since you got your own office you are still working in the buff ? how fucking hot can it be in Sheffield ? :shock:

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Eoin wrote:
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......about how hot your place of work should be? My office today is about 86 degrees and fucking stifeling!! :evil: :evil: :evil:


would I be incorrect in assuming that since you got your own office you are still working in the buff ? how fucking hot can it be in Sheffield ? :shock:


Whereas I was wondering who Stifeling is?

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I think he was a senior offier in the SS during WWII, Himmler sent him off to play with his Goebbels.

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No wonder Dave's hot, after fucking Herr Stifeling in the middle of a heatwave.. :shock:

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There is no maximum temp but if your workplace temp goes below 60 degrees F you are in your rights to refuse to work.


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We used to try telling the boss that. He said ''....And I am within my rights to refuse to pay you'' Bastard Image

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it's bloody boilin ere! i wouldn't complain but i seem to be workin in a greenhouse.


i wanna be on me sunlounger :(


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http://www.tuc.org.uk/h_and_s/tuc-12183-f0.cfm

Temperature at Work - Heat
This briefing is intended for safety representatives who are concerned about temperature in their place of work.

It is usually accepted that people work best at a temperature between 16°C and 24°C, although this can vary depending on the kind of work being done. Strenuous work is better performed at a slightly lower temperature than office work. The Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers recommends the following temperatures for different working areas:

Heavy work in factories: 13°C
Light work in factories: 16°C
Hospital wards and shops: 18°C
Offices and dining rooms: 20°C


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GeeDubya wrote:
Offices and dining rooms: 20°C


:? :? :?

wot a combination! :*:

ive got me fan on now but i reck its at least 28C.

phew.


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Our office is 81.2/27.3 - lovely. Deputy boss is taking me for an ice cream soon (well, he says we're going for a meeting to discuss work load over the next few months but he is most definitely going to have to buy me a decent ice cream if he wants any co-operation in the matter).

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i'll have a 99, thanks! :D


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