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work.chron.com/osha-temperature-guidelines-8137.html

OSHA regulations do kick in, however, when temperatures are so severe that they could lead to heat stress, hypothermia or other dangerous conditions. People who take medication are at greater risk for temperature-related health problems. Extreme Temperature Measurements

www.osha.gov/laws-regs/standardinterpretations/2003-02-24

On December 17, 2001 OSHA withdrew its Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) proposal and terminated the rulemaking proceeding (66 FR 64946). However, the Agency still receives public inquiries about IAQ, primarily office temperature/humidity and smoking in the workplace. For that reason, we have summarized the ...

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smallbusiness.chron.com/industrial-standards-temperature...

The air quality and room temperatures in the workplace can enhance or detract from employee productivity. ... Outdoor Workplace Standards. OSHA does not set temperature control standards for ...

thelawdictionary.org/article/osha-regulations-for-office...

It is not necessarily possible for each company to adhere exactly to OSHA stipulations. That is why OSHA has created “recommendations,” rather than “regulations” for office temperatures. This guidance is intended to maximize human comfort in the setting of the office temperature.

www.osha.gov/SLTC/heatstress

OSHA's role is to ensure these conditions for America's working men and women by setting and enforcing standards, and providing training, education and assistance. For more information, visit www.osha.gov or call OSHA at 1-800-321-OSHA (6742), TTY 1-877-889-5627.

iaqanalytical.com/osha-on-temperature-and-humidity

Office Temperature/Humidity As a general rule, office temperature and humidity are matters of human comfort. OSHA has no regulations specifically addressing temperature and humidity in an office setting. However, Section III, Chapter 2, Subsection V of the OSHA Technical Manual, “Recommendations for the Employer,” provides engineering and administrative guidance to prevent or alleviate ...

www.reference.com/home-garden/standard-room-temperature...

The standard room temperature is between 68 and 72 degrees Fahrenheit, or 20 and 22 degrees Celsius, in most climates. Room temperature, also sometimes known as ambient temperature, is the degree of heat to which human beings are generally accustomed.

legalbeagle.com/5312906-osha-regulations-office...

The Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) does not contain specific regulations for office temperature. It does, however, mandate a workplace free from hazard. It's rare that office temperature would be so severe as to represent a legitimate hazard. Nevertheless, a technical manual published by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (also called OSHA) does recommend a ...

yourbusiness.azcentral.com/labor-laws-heat-offices-26383.html

As part of enforcing the law, OSHA sets standards that apply to specific industries, such as construction and agriculture, as well as standards the generally apply to all industries. OSHA does not have a specific standard regarding the temperature required for a business office so that workers are not uncomfortably warm or cold.