Three day training course covering human vibration, including hand-arm vibration and whole-body vibration. Learn about and understand current vibration legislation. Get hands-on teaching with vibration meters and power tools and analyse the results.
Hand Arm Vibration Training Courses
Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) is caused by the exposure of vibration to the hands, commonly from handheld power tools, and is entirely preventable – but once damage is there it’s permanent.
Managing Hand Arm Vibration exposure in the workplace is a requirement under The Control of Vibration at Work Regulations 2005, and is one of the most common challenges Health and Safety Managers face.
Hand Arm Vibration management procedures involve many activities, including Health Surveillance, Maintenance, Training, Exposure Monitoring and Vibration Reduction. The vibration safety training courses found in this category cover many of these requirements over a variety of formats and durations.
On this Vibration at Work Assessments Training Course you will learn all the requirements of complying with The Control of Vibration at Work Regulations 2005 including both Hand-Arm and Whole-Body vibration exposure.
The Law requires companies to assess the risk of injury from vibratory tools in the workplace. This course is designed to provide an understanding of the Control of Vibration at Work Regulations 2005 and what is needed to comply with them. Book now and get a FREE HAVi Hand-Arm Vibration Indicator.
Help employees understand the risks of hand-arm vibration with a half day training talk.
Hand Arm Vibration in the workplace as in the Control of Vibration at Work Regulations 2005 involves many activities and means bringing together health surveillance, maintenance, training, exposure monitoring and vibration reduction.
This course is specifically for giving managers a fuller understanding of the issues of human vibration in the workplace and how the Control of Vibration at work Regulations 2005 affect the employees and the company.
Learn about managing HAVS in the workplace with a solid health surveillance process, as defined by the Health and Safety Executive.