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Cooling Clothing

Some people with disabilities are sensitive to heat. When it is not possible or practical to lower the heat in the work area, people with heat sensitivity may benefit from wearing cooling clothing that lower the wearer's core body temperature. The most common type of cooling clothing is the cooling vest, but other options exist, such as cooling bandanas, headgear, and hardhat liners.




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