It is estimated that hand-arm vibration (HAV) jeopardizes the health and employability of at least two million workers in the United States and United Kingdom alone. In this revised and expanded second edition, learn how to evaluate and control the health risks associated with Hand-Arm Vibration (HAV).
Second Edition includes:
- Practical advice on treatment and management You'll learn anatomy and physiology of the upper limb common misdiagnoses of HAV symptoms and signs of HAV how to clinically evaluate hand-arm vibration syndrome sources of HAV and vibration measurements and data analysis.
- Hand-arm vibration standards and guides Along with general HAV standards and guides, you'll receive the recommendations from the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists, the American National Standards Institute, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, and more!
- New information on prevention strategies A new chapter on prevention strategies details successful practices and procedures from around the world to help you devise your own environmental improvements. A specialized glossary is also included to define specialized and often unfamiliar terms.