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Developing best practice in vibration management Live operational data has revealed alarming differences between ESTIMATED vibration exposure (using ‘assumed value’ principle) and ACTUAL vibration exposure (measured by compliant, on-tool vibration monitor). So to raise awareness of the serious flaws in outdated ‘assumed value’ risk assessment methodologies, Curotec’s Vibration Awareness Roadshow will be touring the UK throughout 2019.   To reserve your FREE place, send your contact details to...

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New vibration-monitoring technology identifies ‘rogue’ tool and saves workers from potentially dangerous Hand-Arm Vibration exposure. In late 2018, Network Rail carried out a review of their Hand-Arm Vibration risk controls. The firm already had robust processes in place, but was keen to develop best practice – so they issued operators with Curotec’s new Q2 personal vibration monitor. And what happened next was a revelation.   Like many employers,...

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Right now, countless workers are grafting away - putting in extra hours to finish a project before the holidays. And in return, some of them could be getting a Xmas surprise – a case of HAVS.   It’s possible to develop Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome in just 6 months - so if you’re not monitoring employees’ exposure in real time, early-stage HAVS symptoms could be the first sign...

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Since we launched Q2 back in the summer, momentum has been steadily building… and building…. We’ve now doubled the size of our installation crew, and production is at full throttle in an effort to keep pace with demand.   Curotec has established a presence in Australasia, the Americas and the Scandinavian markets, while in the UK we’re flat-out – installing Q2s for blue-chip employers in the rail...

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Hand-Arm Vibration: latest legal advice suggests continual, real-time monitoring provides protection for employers and employees - and the Q2 offers a practical, cost-effective solution.     Employers striving to protect their workers and comply with the law can be left confused by workplace vibration guidelines. HSE have stated that continual monitoring is appropriate only for workers who, “following medical advice, have restrictions placed on their vibration exposure”. Yet...

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