5 Essential Tips for the Outdoor Winter Worker

Article originally published Feb. 4, 2016, and updated for accuracy and relevance.

In the immortal words of "Game of Thrones," winter is here. Luckily for us, we don't have to worry about facing the army of the dead in 100-foot-high snow drifts. There are, however, plenty of outdoor workers who will be exposed to the harsh elements this season. As conditions start to deteriorate, brush up on these 5 essential tips for every outdoor winter worker.

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