5. Adapt your footwear
Having cold feet makes your entire body colder. Adding a pair of insoles designed especially to keep out the cold, or wool socks, can help keep your feet warm without spending lots of money on new winter boots.
6. Communicate with your employer if you feel unwell
If you feel freezing and experience symptoms like slurred speech, loss of coordination or numbness in hands and feet, speak to your employer and try to get warmed up as soon as possible.
7. Stay dry
Exposure to rain, sleet, snow and sweat can make you cold throughout your shift, especially if it’s windy! Bringing an extra set of clothes or wearing layers can help prevent this.
8. Plan your journeys
Expect delays because of the cold, especially with trains and buses. Due to snow and ice complicating these services, it’s important to always dress appropriately in case you find yourself waiting around.