Employees, working at industries such as construction, manufacturing may be exposed to hand-arm vibration, where their day-to-day activities involved use powered hand tools or manually handling a certain type of machinery, such as compactors. The exposure may as well be experienced when an employee does not use the tools or machinery directly, but feed material manually, such as holding onto item while using pedestal grinder. Prolonged and accumulative exposure to vibration over a long time may have adverse effects on employees’ health. But these risks can be controlled by adopting, applying and monitoring relevant control measures at work. 

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"Hand-Arm Vibration At Work" e-learning training course by Safety Academy (SAAC)

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