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That this House welcomes the Cool it! Campaign launched by the Bakers, Food and Allied Workers Union to highlight and tackle the problem of high temperatures in workplaces; believes that workers should not be forced to endure high temperatures without adequate measures being taken by the employer to control the effect of heat; supports clear legislation which is easy to enforce and in which employers understand their obligations and employees understand their rights; and therefore calls on the Government to provide clear, coherent and enforceable requirements for employers about how to combat heat in the workplace, including the introduction of a maximum working temperature of around 30 degrees celsius and 27 degrees celsius for those doing strenuous work.
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