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Vibration Safety at Work Equipment Solutions

Since The Control of Vibration at Work Regulations 2005 came into force, companies are required to assess the risk of injury from vibration exposure in the workplace. You can read our short guide about these regulations by clicking this link: Read Our Guide to The Control of Vibration at Work Regulations 2005.

Vibration Safety at Work - The Aims of the Regulations:

The law requires companies to assess the risk of injury from vibratory tools in the workplace, and the most accurate method of determining operator exposure is by measuring the vibration magnitude of the operator's tools.

All of the Hand Arm Vibration Safety at Work Equipment found here are designed to provide you with accurate vibration level measurements, in a quick and simple manner. With only one measurement required for each tool, you can quickly assess multiple tools and start to control the amount of exposure to your workforce. If you already know the vibration levels of your tools, you may be looking for vibration exposure tool timers.

Vibration Safety at Work - The Important Levels

  • 2.5 m/s2 A(8) Exposure Action Value (EAV) - Employers should introduce measures to reduce exposure
  • 5.0 m/s2 A(8) Exposure Limit Value (ELV) - This level is the Exposure Limit Value and should not be exceeded.

Download the full Control of Vibration at Work Regulations 2005 from the HSE's website or get One Hour's Free Training on Managing Vibration in the Workplace.