Measuring the various effects that our working day can have on our bodies is just as important as monitoring what sorts of effects our daily activities are having on the surrounding environment.
AES supplies physiological monitoring equipment that helps you to garner accurate results, including: heat stress, hydration and core body temperature. Our range of physiological monitors can let you know when your body is starting to experience issues before it has a chance to tell you.
There are various environmental conditions that could wreak havoc on our bodies, which is why having a physiological monitoring system in place is a must to ensure that workers are protected at all times.
There are numerous reasons why a worker may begin to overheat, from it simply being summer and having to wear a heavy uniform to being exposed to extreme environments (such as open flames). When our bodies are unable to maintain their optimal body temperature, heat illness occurs. This can cause a variety of problems, from rashes and lethargy to heat stroke and even death.
The human body needs water to maintain enough blood and other fluids (such as electrolytes) to function properly. Dehydration occurs when water and other fluids are lost from our bodies but are not replenished. This can cause a variety of problems, from headaches and dizziness to low blood pressure and even death.
Core Body Temperature
Although not everyone’s “normal” core body temperature is the same, keeping our temperature within the safe range is essential. When your body temperature rises, you may begin experiencing a fever. Whilst this isn’t necessarily bad for you, it could lead to heat stress and isn’t very pleasant. When your body temperature lowers, you may develop hypothermia (which can lead to death).
AES supplies a variety of physiological monitoring devices, including: BioHarness 3, Equivital, HydraTrend Test Strips, CorTemp and Hot Dot Body Temp Patches.
Areas We Serve
AES supplies our complete range of physiological monitors to all Australian capital cities, including: Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Darwin and Canberra.