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If exposure to vibration continues over months or years, the symptoms can worsen and become permanent.
The risk of suffering from a disorder is increased dependent on the exposure to vibration and can vary widely between individuals.
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Consideration should also be given to assigning the employee alternative work where there would be no risk from further exposure to vibration.
You should take action to protect employees when exposure to vibration exceeds an acceleration of 2.5 metres per second squared (m/s2).
Shock mounting systems are used to reduce the radio's exposure to vibration imparted by the motorcycle's modal, or resonant, shaking.
Activities that are done over and over again that may stress the lower back, including poor lifting habits, prolonged exposure to vibration, or sports-related injuries.
We cannot forget that a considerable number of workers suffer from the effects of their exposure to vibrations, notably neurological, vascular and musculo-skeletal disorders.
During the certification process random samples are conditioned by exposure to vibration, puncture and tear, and extremes of pressure and temperature.
And improvement in the working conditions of pregnant women, such as exclusion from exposure to vibration and radiation, for example, would improve both maternal and fetal health.
Technically, the great reduction in the limit value for daily exposure to vibrations, as well as the setting of the daily exposure values, has allowed us to reach this agreement.
Exposure to vibration (e.g. transport workers, conductors), certain chemical and other adverse work conditions (sanitation service workers, unskilled chemical workers, for instance) may also be harmful during pregnancy.
There is also a theory that long-term snoring might induce local nerve lesions in the pharynx in the same way as long-term exposure to vibration might cause nerve lesions in other parts of the body.
Should the risk assessment indicate that there is a risk to health due to exposure to vibration then employers should place employees' under health surveillance with the intention of preventing or diagnosing any health effect that might result from exposure.
Should, as a result of health surveillance, an employee show signs of any adverse health effect considered to have resulting from exposure to vibration then the employer should provide the employee with information and advice and further review the risk assessment.
British Standard BS4142 - Method for rating industrial noise affecting mixed residential and industrial areas British Standard BS6472 - Guide to evaluation of human exposure to vibration in buildings British Standard BS7385 - Evaluation and measurement for vibration in buildings.
The Regulations place a duty on employers to reduce the risk to their employees' health from exposure to vibration whether this is caused by the use of hand-held or hand-guided power equipment, holding materials which are being processed by machines or which is caused by the sitting or standing on industrial machines or vehicles.