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Why Climate Change Could Force Tradies to Start Work Earlier

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The following article published by discusses the possibility of climate change affecting the start and finish times of tradies in Australia.


A study published in the American Geophysical Union journal says that climate change could mean that eventually tradies may need to start work at 4am to avoid heat stress. It’s also been suggested they should only work 5.7 hours.

Oliver Peterson spoke to Director of Brick Pig Coaching Owen Watson about the research and how practical these suggestions would be in reality.

“Mrs Jones isn’t going to put up with a screaming circular saw going on next door at 4 o’clock in the morning

“Tradies are pretty switched on. They already try and work in the cool of day.”

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