Occupational Physiology

Perceived exertion is as effective as the perceptual strain index in predicting physiological strain when wearing personal protective clothing

Borg, David, Costello, Joseph, Bach, Aaron, Stewart, Ian (2017) Perceived exertion is as effective as the perceptual strain index in predicting physiological strain when wearing personal protective clothing. Physiology and Behavior, 169, pp.216-223.
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Falls from height in the construction industry: A critical review of the scientific literature

Nadhim, Evan Alaa, Hon, Carol, Xia, Bo, Stewart, Ian, Fang, Dongping (2016) Falls from height in the construction industry: A critical review of the scientific literature. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 13 (7), pp.Article number: 638 1-20.
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The Pandolf load carriage equation is a poor predictor of metabolic rate while wearing explosive ordnance disposal protective clothing

Bach, Aaron, Costello, Joseph, Borg, David, Stewart, Ian (2017) The Pandolf load carriage equation is a poor predictor of metabolic rate while wearing explosive ordnance disposal protective clothing. Ergonomics, 60 (3), pp.430-438.
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Can perceptual indices estimate physiological strain across a range of environments and metabolic workloads when wearing explosive ordnance disposal and chemical protective clothing?

Borg, David, Stewart, Ian, Costello, Joseph (2015) Can perceptual indices estimate physiological strain across a range of environments and metabolic workloads when wearing explosive ordnance disposal and chemical protective clothing?. Physiology and Behavior, 147, pp.71-77.
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The effects of metabolic work rate and ambient environment on physiological tolerance times while wearing explosive and chemical personal protective equipment

Costello, Joseph, Stewart, Kelly, Stewart, Ian (2015) The effects of metabolic work rate and ambient environment on physiological tolerance times while wearing explosive and chemical personal protective equipment. BioMed Research International, 2015, pp.Article number: 857536 1-7.
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Heat strain evaluation of overt and covert body armour in a hot and humid environment

Pyke, Andrew, Costello, Joseph, Stewart, Ian (2015) Heat strain evaluation of overt and covert body armour in a hot and humid environment. Applied Ergonomics, 47, pp.11-15.
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Inside the ‘Hurt Locker’: The combined effects of explosive ordnance disposal and chemical protective clothing on physiological tolerance time in extreme environments

Costello, Joseph, Stewart, Kelly, Stewart, Ian (2015) Inside the ‘Hurt Locker’: The combined effects of explosive ordnance disposal and chemical protective clothing on physiological tolerance time in extreme environments. Annals of Work Exposures and Health, 59 (7), pp.922-931.
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Physiological tolerance times while wearing explosive ordnance disposal protective clothing in simulated environmental extremes

Stewart, Ian, Stewart, Kelly, Worringham, Charles, Costello, Joseph (2014) Physiological tolerance times while wearing explosive ordnance disposal protective clothing in simulated environmental extremes. PLoS One, 9 (2), pp.1-7.
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Heat strain and hydration status of surface mine blast crew workers

Hunt, Andrew, Parker, Tony, Stewart, Ian (2014) Heat strain and hydration status of surface mine blast crew workers. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 56 (4), pp.409-414.
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Bomb disposal in the tropics : a cocktail of metabolic and environmental heat

Stewart, Ian, Townshend, Andrew, Rojek, Amanda, Costello, Joseph (2013) Bomb disposal in the tropics : a cocktail of metabolic and environmental heat. Journal of Ergonomics, S2 (1), pp.1-4.

Heat strain evaluation of security guards wearing overt and covert body armour

Pyke, Andrew, Costello, Joseph, Stewart, Ian (2013) Heat strain evaluation of security guards wearing overt and covert body armour. International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics (15th), pp.45-46.

Symptoms of heat illness in surface mine workers

Hunt, Andrew, Parker, Tony, Stewart, Ian (2013) Symptoms of heat illness in surface mine workers. Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery, 86 (5), pp.519-527.
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Wearing explosive ordnance disposable equipment in hot and humid environments; what are the physiological tolerance times?

Stewart, Ian, Costello, Joseph (2013) Wearing explosive ordnance disposable equipment in hot and humid environments; what are the physiological tolerance times?. International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, (50694), pp.42-44.

Heat strain during explosive ordnance disposal

Stewart, Ian, Rojek, Amanda, Hunt, Andrew (2011) Heat strain during explosive ordnance disposal. Military Medicine, 176 (8), pp.959-963.
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Negligible heat strain in armored vehicle officers wearing personal body armor

Stewart, Ian, Hunt, Andrew (2011) Negligible heat strain in armored vehicle officers wearing personal body armor. Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology, 6 (July), pp.1-6.
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Physical capacity of rescue personnel in the mining industry

Stewart, Ian, McDonald, Michael, Hunt, Andrew, Parker, Tony (2008) Physical capacity of rescue personnel in the mining industry. Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology, 3 (1), pp.1-6.
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An overt chemical protective garment reduces thermal strain compared with a covert garment in warm-wet but not hot-dry environments

Maley, Matthew, Costello, Joseph, Borg, David, Bach, Aaron, Hunt, Andrew, Stewart, Ian (2017) An overt chemical protective garment reduces thermal strain compared with a covert garment in warm-wet but not hot-dry environments. Frontiers in Physiology, 8, pp.Article number: 913 1-8.
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Internal and external cooling methods and their effect on body temperature, thermal perception and dexterity

Maley, Matthew, Minett, Geoffrey, Bach, Aaron, Zietek, Stephanie, Stewart, Kelly, Stewart, Ian (2018) Internal and external cooling methods and their effect on body temperature, thermal perception and dexterity. PLoS One, 13 (1), pp.Article number: e0191416 1-13.
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Occupational cooling practices of emergency first responders in the United States: A survey

Bach, Aaron, Maley, Matthew, Minett, Geoffrey, Stewart, Ian (2018) Occupational cooling practices of emergency first responders in the United States: A survey. Temperature, 5 (4), pp.348-358.
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Extending work tolerance time in the heat in protective ensembles with pre- and per-cooling methods

Maley, Matthew J., Minett, Geoffrey M., Bach, Aaron J.E., Stewart, Kelly L., Stewart, Ian B. (2020) Extending work tolerance time in the heat in protective ensembles with pre- and per-cooling methods. Applied Ergonomics, 85, pp.Article number: 103064 1-6.
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Practical method for determining safe work while wearing explosive ordnance disposal suits

Potter, Adam W., Hunt, Andrew, Pryor, J. Luke, Pryor, Rhiana, Stewart, Ian, Gonzalez, Julio, Xu, Xiaojiang, Waldcock, Kirsty, Hancock, Jason W., Looney, David P. (2021) Practical method for determining safe work while wearing explosive ordnance disposal suits. Safety Science, 141, pp.Article number: 105328.
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Heat Stress Management in the Military: Wet-Bulb Globe Temperature Offsets for Modern Body Armor Systems

Hunt, Andrew, Potter, Adam W., Linnane, Denise M., Xu, Xiaojiang, Patterson, Mark J., Stewart, Ian (2021) Heat Stress Management in the Military: Wet-Bulb Globe Temperature Offsets for Modern Body Armor Systems. Human Factors.
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Personal protective equipment for COVID-19 among healthcare workers in an emergency department: An exploratory survey of workload, thermal discomfort and symptoms of heat strain

Hunt, Andrew, Ting, Joseph, Schweitzer, Daniel, Laakso, E. Liisa, Stewart, Ian (2023) Personal protective equipment for COVID-19 among healthcare workers in an emergency department: An exploratory survey of workload, thermal discomfort and symptoms of heat strain. EMA - Emergency Medicine Australasia, 35 (3), pp.483-488.
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Modified Stroop task performance when wearing protective clothing in the heat: An evaluation of the maximum adaptability model

Doohan, Meg, Stewart, Ian, Coulter, Tristan, Drovandi, Chris, Weier, Steven, Borg, David (2022) Modified Stroop task performance when wearing protective clothing in the heat: An evaluation of the maximum adaptability model. Physiology and Behavior, 246, pp.Article number: 113690.
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Heat Stress Management in the Military: Wet-Bulb Globe Temperature Offsets for Modern Body Armor Systems

Hunt, Andrew, Potter, Adam W., Linnane, Denise M., Xu, Xiaojiang, Patterson, Mark J., Stewart, Ian (2022) Heat Stress Management in the Military: Wet-Bulb Globe Temperature Offsets for Modern Body Armor Systems. Human Factors, 64 (8), pp.1306-1316.
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