PD CEN/TR 15172-2:2005 - Whole-body vibration. Guidelines for vibration hazards reduction. Management measures at the workplace

PD CEN/TR 15172-2:2005

Whole-body vibration. Guidelines for vibration hazards reduction. Management measures at the workplace

Status : Current   Published : January 2006

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Standard NumberPD CEN/TR 15172-2:2005
TitleWhole-body vibration. Guidelines for vibration hazards reduction. Management measures at the workplace
StatusCurrent
Publication Date27 January 2006
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 14253:2003, ISO 2631-1:1997, ISO 2631-5
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 474-1, EN 1032, EN 12096, EN 13490, EN 30326-1, ISO 10326-1:1992, EN ISO 3411, ISO 3411:1995, EN ISO 5353, ISO 5353:1995, EN ISO 6682, ISO 6682:1986, ISO 6682:1986/AMD 1:1989, EN ISO 6683, ISO 6683:2005, EN ISO 7096, ISO 7096:2000, CR 1030-2, CR 12349, CEN/TR 15172-1, ISO 5007, ISO 11112, 98/37/EC, 2002/44/EC, 89/391/EEC
International RelationshipsCEN/TR 15172-2:2005
DescriptorsVibration, Vibration effects (human body), Vibration hazards, Occupational safety, Health and safety requirements, Equipment safety, Machine tools, Management, Vibration control, Risk assessment, Working conditions (physical), Work stations, Ergonomics
ICS13.160
17.160
Title in FrenchVibrations globales du corps. Guide pour la reduction des risques de vibrations. Mesures de prevention sur le lieu de travail
Title in GermanGanzkoerper-Schwingungen. Leitfaden zur Verringerung der Gefaehrdung durch Schwingungen. Organisatorische Massnahmen am Arbeitsplatz
CommitteeGME/21/6
ISBN0 580 47608 1
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages42
File Size565.3 KB
Price£214.00


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