HAVwear Watch

Operative safety should be a priority and a reliable system should be in place to monitor the risks to health and wellbeing.

The ability to record and monitor the potential safety hazards on site is very important.

It can be easy to overlook the possible risks that are associated with even the smallest of jobs and therefore a precautionary step is always advised.

Some risks may also come in the form of exposure to long-term effects of working on-site, these types of hazards require a regular monitoring procedure in place.

The below examples demonstrate how a site achieved this level of safety:

  • The site previously utilised HAV meters to monitor health and safety standards;
  • HAV technology records and logs EAV and ELV levels amassed from vibration levels to the operative;
  • These points can then be monitored and reviewed to avoid the operative going beyond the marked EAV and ELV levels which marks a risk to health;
  • The HAVwear watch is now being used which enables the measurement of such levels, actual time, a visual reading and transfer of data to both operative’s personal and overall logs.

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Monitor report. Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council. Lancashire. February 2016

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