Most Managers Keep Their Cool, Survey Says

CHICAGO — Virtually every laundry manager who responded to this month's Wire survey provides some sort of cooling equipment for their production workers, but only half offer their workers information or training in how to keep cool while on the job.
A fan is the most-used piece of cooling equipment, the survey shows, followed closely by an air conditioning system.
About a third of respondents say they adjust their production schedule during extended periods of hot weather.


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