Once more there are claims that wrist/glove mounted vibration transducers can be used to assess HAV risk in operators as per the British Standard (BS 5349). No they can’t. Thank you for listening… I would suggest that anyone considering using any of the wrist (or glove) mounted transducer measurement systems in an attempt to measure vibration (as against using them as tool timers linked to properly measured tool vibration levels) to assess operator exposure should
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