(PRWEB) April 21, 2013
A new Industrial Hygiene and Heat Stress report was recently released by KestrelMeters.com, the leading providers of handheld Kestrel wind and weather meters recently announced. The new report on Industrial Hygiene and Heat Stress is a helpful resource for those who work in areas where high indoor air temperatures and humid conditions can result in a dangerous environment for workers. Bob Smith, KestrelMeters.com spokesman said, “Industrial hygiene and heat stress are big issues in steel foundries, chemical plants, manufacturing plants and other types of industrial environments where workers are routinely faced with difficult conditions. Many companies now use a heat stress meter to monitor heat stress conditions, in addition to implementing a Heat Stress Program to manage the issue long term.” The new report is available for free at KestrelMeters.com, which also offers a variety of useful resources, reviews, and the latest Kestrel meters available for sale.
Kestrel meters are used by a variety of professions, including in professional and amateur sports, in industrial settings and in law enforcement. As noted in the new report from Kestrel, Industrial hygienists often use heat stress meters to gain accurate information when they are making assessments. The meters also let users store data for later analysis, making it easy to have the latest information, right at your fingertips.
KestrelMeters.com sells top of the line wind meters and handheld weather meters that are designed to be easy to use and highly durable as well. The site features the most popular Kestrel weather meters at affordable prices, and includes helpful product details and customer reviews. In addition to selling handheld weather meters, the KestrelMeters.com site also sells accessories for weather meters, including cases, calibration tools, replacement parts and tripods. The company provides products for a wide range of professionals, including firefighters, farmers, HVAC techs and military personnel all over the world. For more information, please visit KestrelMeters.com.