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Metabolic heat. Adjusting length and frequency of breaks and work periods, and work rates may be reduced the metabolic heat release. If it is possible works must be scheduled in time of less heat. Work periods into engine room must not be higher than seventeen minutes and, after it, worker must be about ten minutes in the control room. The OIT indicates that workers must be kept under constant watch by a trained colleague for detecting any symptom of heat strain but don‘t show the supervision interval values.
3. 1. Temperature and Humidity As previously mentioned, the buildings were randomly chosen so that typical every day life of occupants was not disturbed and typical indoor conditions could be obtained during the measurements. Indoor temperature and humidity have been measured in flats, office buildings, schools, museums and ships in the Coruña area. Measurements used to be taken with a sampling frequency between five to ten minutes and have been referred to the ASHRAE Handbook of Fundamentals .