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Published Articles

 

A new generation of health and safety protocols for working in heat
Brake, Donoghue, et al. (1998). Queensland Mining Industry Occupational Health and Safety Conference, Yeppoon, Qld Mining Council, Brisbane.

Empirical validation of a new heat stress index
Bates & Miller (2002). J.Occ Health & Safety - Australia and New Zealand 18(2), 145-153.

Heat exhaustion in a deep underground metalliferous mine
Donoghue, Sinclair & Bates (2000). Occupational Environmental Medicine, 57:165-174

Criteria for the design of emergency refuge stations for an underground metal mine
Brake & Bates (1999). Journal of the AusIMM, December

A valid method for comparing rational and empirical heat stress indices
Brake & Bates (2002). Ann Occ Hyg, Vol 46

Limiting metabolic rate (Thermal Work Limit) as an index of thermal stress
Brake & Bates (2002). Applied Occupational and Environmental Hygiene, Vol 17

Deep body core temperatures in industrial workers under thermal stress
Brake and Bates (2002). JOEM, 14(2)

Fatigue in industrial workers under thermal stress in extended work periods
Brake & Bates (2001). Occupational Medicine, 51(7)

Fluid consumption, sweat rates and hydration status of thermally stressed underground miners and the implications for heat illness and shortened shifts
Brake, R. (2001). Qld Mining Industry Safety & Health Conf, Townsville.

Occupational heat illness - An industrial study
Brake and Bates (2000). Proceedings of the International Conference on Physiological and Cognitive Performance in Extreme Environments

The Thermal Work Limit is a simple reliable heat index for the protection of workers in thermally stressful environments
Miller & Bates (2007b). Ann Occup Hyg 51(6): 553-61.

Hydration of outdoor workers in north-west Australia
Miller & Bates (2007a). J.Occ Health & Safety - Australia and New Zealand 23(1): 79-87.

Occupational heat exposure - Review part 1
Joubert & Bates (2008). Occupational Health Southern Africa

Occupational heat exposure - Review part 2
Joubert & Bates (2008). Occupational Health Southern Africa

Hydration status and physiological workload of UAE construction workers
Bates & Schneider (2008). Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology 3:21

Sweat rate & sodium loss during working in heat
Bates & Miller (2008) Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology 3:4

Hydration Status of Expatriate Manual Workers
Bates, Miller & Jobert (2009). Ann occup Hyg

Hydration, Hydration, Hydration
Veronica S. Miller* and Graham P. Bates  Ann. Occup. Hyg., pp. 1–3 2009.

Self-Pacing as a Protective Mechanism against the Effects of Heat Stress
Veronica Miller1*, Graham  Bates1, John D. Schneider2 and
Jens Thomsen3  Ann. Occup. Hyg., pp. 1–8 2011.

Plasma Sodium Levels and Dietary Sodium Intake in Manual Workers in the Middle East.
Nicola A. Holmes1*, Veronica S Miller1, John Schneider2,
Omer Hasan3 and Graham P. Bates1   Ann. Occup. Hyg., Vol. 55, No. 4, pp. 397–402, 2011