Professor awarded for helping workers stay cool in the heat
How can construction workers keep cool while working under hot and humid weather conditions for long hours? Developed by a team led by Prof. Albert Chan of the Department of Building and Real Estate, a cooling vest and a standard of heat stress precautionary measures are the answers. The project won a Project Management Award by the Asia Pacific Federation of Project Management and was named a Winner (Research Project) of the Project Management Achievement Award by the Hong Kong Institute of Project.
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