DOCUMENT TYPE Speech / Presentation
CREATED ON 29th October 2018
COMPLETED ON 1st November 2018
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Challenges and solutions to controlling body temperatures (Cold)

Subject Ergonomic ( Safety and Health ) Topic: Challenges and solutions to controlling body temperatures (Cold) It's for a presentation slide to the lecturer. Given time 15 - 20 minute only - A description of the problem today in the industry - Health problems that may occur Possible solutions - An internet link (URL) where other students and the course team can obtain further information
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