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HAV Control | How do we accurately identify the real cause of the risk?

HAV Control | How do we accurately identify the real cause of the risk?   The HAV Control Regulations require employers to: To protect employees, and to comply with the Control of Vibration at Work Regulations 2005 Employers need to assess the risks from vibration and implement measures to control them. Regulation 3(4) applies to

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Employee Safety and HAVS

How Prioritising Health Benefits Your Bottom Line Making HAVS a priority in your business can have numerous positive benefits, including financial. It helps prevent costly prosecutions, streamlines tool management, and enhances brand reputation. As you’re aware, employers have a legal duty to ensure employee health and safety, you must conduct risk assessments. Failure to comply

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HAVSPRO in the News: HAVS Monitor attached to the tool not the body

HAVSPRO, a new HAVS monitor solution for the accurate, real-time measurement and monitoring of workplace vibration, will protect employees from Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) and Whole-Body Vibration (WBV), while helping employers to not only meet, but exceed Health & Safety standards. With an estimated two million UK workers exposed to the risk of debilitating

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HAVS in the News

HAVS in the News

With circa 2 million people in the UK suffering with HAVS and the number of new cases rising, we have taken a look at some of the cases that have made the news in 2022 so far. HAVS in the News: Ross & Catherall Limited Ross & Catherall Limited are manufactures and supplies of metal

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