A high school student died this week during high school practice in 95°F (dry bulb temperature) outdoor ambient conditions.
The news media indicated that the coach was not in violation of any “standard” because 95°F (dry bulb) is not excessive heat!
I know I drilled this to death concerning taking dry bulb temperature readings at the supply and return registers in a house as being totally inconclusive in any form of evaluation.
95°F at 2% relative humidity is not the same as 95° at 100% relative humidity!
Here we go again, with another standard, another old wives tale!
“95°F doesn’t hurt anyone”!
But yes it can!