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Wearable technology and workplace epidemiology: a practical example from the field of hand-arm vibration

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Taylor, M. (2019, April)
Wearable technology and workplace epidemiology: a practical example from the field of hand-arm vibration. Poster presented at The 12th UK/Ireland 1-day Meeting on Occupational and Environmental Epidemiology
This work investigates the application of wearable technology for the collection of exposure data relevant to the study of Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome. Wearable technology des...

Is it efffective to prevent HAVS by using tool vibration declaration values?

Conference Proceeding
Maeda, S., Taylor, M., Anderson, L., & McLaughlin, J. (2018)
Is it efffective to prevent HAVS by using tool vibration declaration values?. In The 26th Japan Conference on Human Response to Vibration Proceedings. , (101-111
This study reports the results of an investigation into A(8) based on tool vibration declaration values evaluation effects of hand-transmitted vibration on temporary threshold...

Assessing correlation of human response to vibration through vibrotactile threshold shift with vibration exposure determined on the subject

Conference Proceeding
Maeda, S., Taylor, M. D., Anderson, L., & Mclaughlin, J. (in press)
Assessing correlation of human response to vibration through vibrotactile threshold shift with vibration exposure determined on the subject. In 53rd UK Conference on Human Responses to Vibration (UK HRV) Proceedings
Existing risk assessment methodologies are based on fixed tool vibration magnitude emission data and tool usage time. The research evaluates the relationship between vibration...