Vibration management specialists Reactec have warned that as many as 658,870 construction sector employees working in the UK with vibration equipment could be at risk of developing the debilitating condition, Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS), according to new figures from the Construction Skills Network.
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Skanska Utilities is a leading provider of utility infrastructure and asset management, covering key sectors in telecommunications, gas, power and water. Adopting Reactec’s HAVmeter system to monitor Hand Arm Vibration has resulted in a significant increase in worker protection and productivity for the business.
Reactec Limited has been selected as a finalist in the Best Use of Technology category for the 2013 Construction News Awards, to be held at the Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London on 11 July 2013.
The UK’s market leader in vibration health, safety and tool management has celebrated a new business landmark by ensuring 30,000 plus workers across the country are covered by its HAVmeter safety device.
A market leader in vibration safety has ensured the safety of thousands of power tool users, with the launch of its latest product designed to accurately monitor employee exposure to harmful hand arm vibrations.
HAVS, Tool and workforce management specialists, Reactec, have been announced as one of the 50 fastest growing technology companies in the UK for the second year in a row.
The UK’s market leaders in vibration safety have developed an enhancement to its Hand Arm Vibration system to assist workers when monitoring vibration at height.
A major plant and tool hire company has confirmed the importance of hand arm vibration by adding a preventative solution to its fleet of products.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) Proposed Fee For Intervention (FFI) scheme comes into effect on 1st October 2012 to recover its costs from health and safety inspections on companies in breach of health and safety legislation and regulations, and not to be taken from the public purse.
Allianz, which provides general insurance to a number of industries has acknowledged that an auditable, accurate and tamper proof HAV management solution not only better protects employees but also protects the reputations and balance sheets of organisations.
One of the UK’s leading safety vibration specialists will unveil a new mobile HAV safety device at Britain’s biggest health and safety event, helping monitor hand arm vibration exposure for those workers on the move.
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