HAVS News

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HAVSPRO are working with industry experts to #MakeHAVShistory.

Catch up on the latest HAVS News below…

Assumed Vibration Data or Continuous Measuring and Monitoring?

Assumed Vibration Data or Continuous Measuring and Monitoring?

2 February 2023

When conducting your HAVS risk assessments, there are 2 main pieces of information that are

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6 Reasons to Make HAVS Management a Priority in 2023

6 Reasons to Make HAVS Management a Priority in 2023

18 January 2023

2023 will see many demands being made of your Health and Safety resources, not least

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Latest HAVS Statistics

Latest HAVS Statistics

12 December 2022

In November 2022, the HSE released the first complete set of health and safety statistics

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Case Studies

Don’t just take our word for it when it comes to HAVSPRO and how it is helping organisations across the UK manage the risk of vibration exposure – read our customer case studies and hear what benefits they have found in the system.

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If you’d like to know more about HAVS continuous measuring and monitoring technology and discover how HAVSPRO works, download our brochure.

HAVSPRO monitors vibration levels accurately and triggers alerts to protect your staff and organisation against the risks of HAVS and WBV (whole body vibration).

HAVSPRO then collates all this data and creates customisable reports to help you prevent overexposure.

Find out everything you need to know in our brochure – simply complete the form!

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The HAVSPRO system is a complete vibration management system giving you the ability to confidently reduce the risk of vibration exposure – protect your people and your business

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Up-To-Date HAVS Information

The biggest HAVS News will normally come as a result of a HSE prosecution for not adhering to the Control of Vibration at Work 2005 regulations.

These regulations state that all businesses must ensure that the risks from vibration are controlled. They must also provide information, instruction and training to employees on the risk and the actions being taken to control risk. Plus, they should provide suitable health surveillance for anyone who is identified as at risk from the effects of vibration exposure.

The HSE will prosecute companies that do not operate within these regulations. If convicted, companies will be liable for fines, legal costs and compensation claims.

Find out more about the costs of not adhering to these regulations in our HAVS News story: The true cost of HAVS mismanagement