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Enquire Now Vibration Assessment and Control

The Control of Vibration Regulations 2005 deal not only with both hand-arm vibration and whole body vibration. Typical activities resulting in significant vibration exposure include:-

  • Use of vibrating hand tools, including jack hammers, chipping hammers, drills, grinders, sanders, nut runners, riveting hammers, strimmers, chain saws, etc.
  • Holding vibrating work pieces while grinding, linishing, sanding, drop forging and stamping.
  • Use of hand guided equipment, e.g. lawnmowers, floor polishers, impactors.
  • Whole body vibration from driving of construction, mining and quarrying plant, agricultural machinery, etc.

Peak HSE are able to offer hand arm vibration assessments based on the current HSE guidance. This includes:-

  • Assessing the risk to employees from all sources of vibration
  • Advising on methods of control
  • Providing a fully interpretive report
  • Ensuring measurement and reporting satisfies the Regulations 
  • Training of Managers, Supervisors and those exposed

Assessments are carried out by experienced and qualified personnel and can be tailored to meet your individual requirements.

 
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