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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Annual screening questionnaire - vibration
    Annual screening questionnaire - vibrationUse our questionnaire to check whether your employees are at risk from hand-arm vibration syndrome on an on-going basis.When should you use it?To comply with the Control of Vibration at Work Regulations 2005, you need to carry out health surveillance when a worker begins a job which exposes them to work with: hand-held vibrating toolshand-guided vibrating machines; or hand-fed vibrating machines.The first form to use is our Initial Screening Questionnaire - Vibration....
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Initial screening questionnaire - vibration
    Initial screening questionnaire - vibrationUse our questionnaire to establish whether your employees are at risk from hand-arm vibration syndrome.When should you use it?To comply with the Control of Vibration at Work Regulations 2005, you need to carry out health surveillance when a worker begins working with: hand-held vibrating toolshand-guided vibrating machines; or hand-fed vibrating machines.How should you use it?An initial screening questionnaire checks on the employee's previous exposure to vibration...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Vibrating tools policy
    Vibrating tools policyIf your staff use hand-held power tools, such as strimmers, chainsaws, hammer drills etc., then you'll need to comply with the Control of Vibration at Work Regulations 2005. Use our policy to set out your arrangements.What's covered?Our policy starts with a general statement showing your commitment to controlling the risks from hand-held vibrating tools and then briefly outlines the regulatory requirements. Here the EAV and ELV exposure limits are explained.The document states that you...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Vibration tools safety checklist
    Vibration tools safety checklistYou are now required to be proactive in reducing the level of vibration to which staff are exposed when using tools. So why not use a checklist that's designed specifically to help you do this?Dealing with vibration hazardsFollowing a Court of Appeal case, you're now expected to be proactive in reducing the level of vibration to which your employees are exposed to through regular use of tools. In order to help you do this, you could use our Vibration Tools Safety Checklist. This...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Vibration tools safety procedure
    Vibration tools safety procedureAs vibration tools can cause health problems if not used properly, it's important to instruct new staff on their safe use. Do this by incorporating a safety procedure into your induction training.Vibration tools safety procedureAs part of good safety management and with an eye on reducing your exposure to potential liability for ailments such as vibration white finger (VWF), it's vitally important that employees are trained in how to use vibration tools correctly. With this in...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Whole body vibration checklist
    Whole body vibration checklistRecent legal changes require you to assess the risks arising from work activities that can cause whole body vibration. If you need some assistance in doing this, then use our checklist.Whole body vibrationIf you use machinery or vehicles which cause vibration throughout the body, a Whole Body Vibration Checklist can assist you in forming the basis of the risk assessments which are required under the Control of Vibration at Work Regulations 2005 (CVWR). Its advantage is that it fits...
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