You’ve been told you have to complete a Vibration At Work Risk Assessment. There’s all the Regulations for you to read through. A plethora of potential instruments to choose from. Endless choices to make. And all that’s before you even start measuring vibration exposure. How do you do it, avoid all the common mistakes and comply with the Regulations?
Our Noise & Vibration Experts have been hard at work creating a free eBook that uncovers the biggest mistakes when controlling vibration at work. Based on their industry knowledge and years of experience, they’re giving you top tips on how you can avoid these common mistakes.
The eBook, 4 Biggest Vibration at Work Mistakes…and How to Fix Them, is a handy guide if you’re just setting out on your first vibration risk assessment. It’s also perfect if you just want to make sure you’re doing it right.
What You’ll Learn in our Vibration At Work Guide:
- Why we need to measure vibration at work
- What you need to do to comply with the Regulations
- How to start a vibration risk assessment in your workplace
- What to consider when choosing the right equipment
- Avoiding common measurement mistakes
- Ensuring your readings are accurate and compliant
- Risk control methods for controlling vibration exposure
Yes, we’ll take you all the way from the Control of Vibration At Work Regulations 2005 to making accurate measurements that will enable you to reduce potential vibration risks in your workplace.
Follow our best practice guidelines to ensure you’re complying with the Regulations. Remember, if you don’t comply you’re liable to face action from the Health & Safety Executive. There’s also potential compensation claims from Personal Injury Lawyers for the onset of Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome and other health effects.
Sound good to you? Download your free eBook today.
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