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What to do When Jack Frost Nips at more than your Nose

Posted by Katherine Burlock on

The two most common environmental injuries to Canadian outdoor workers are, in order of prevalence, sunburn and frostbite. While it is possible to get sunburnt year round, frostbite is a concern only in the colder half of the year in most of Canada. Frostbite can be serious – if left untreated it can lead to the loss of fingers and toes – but it is possible to prevent frostbite, and treatment for early stage frostbite can be done at home or on the jobsite. What is frostbite? Frostbite is the medical term describing what happens when tissue (skin) freezes due...

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