Heat Stress Monitoring

A recent study has been conducted at Wood Training entitled “Using Wearable Sensors to Identify Early Signs of Heat Distress for Fire-Fighting Training“

With the help of a Callaghan Innovation grant we were able to employ over summer Jordan Gelling B.Sc. a graduate from Victoria University under the supervision of Christine Fenton, Ph.D MRSNZ to complete a some invaluable monitoring of our Emergency Response Training staff. The summary report can be found here. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you would like to discuss the project or some more in depth detail.

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