Monitoring Operative Vibration Levels

New generation “Havi watches” have been introduced. When worn, operatives have their actual vibration levels – relative to Hand-arm Vibration (HAV) – measured and recorded. Each day, the data is uploaded onto a docking station for analysis.

The wrist device is calibrated each day and an alarm is activated if the pre-agreed exposure level is recorded. The device that was previously used was apparently only able to measure exposure time, not magnitude of vibration.

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Monitor Report. Volkerstevin. West Yorkshire. August 2019.


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