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Whole-Body Vibration Safety Training Program



Uploaded by: Kyle Clocksin on 11/08/2013

Author: Texas Department of Insurance

Publication Date: 5/18/2006

Publication Source: http://www.tdi.texas.gov/wc/safety

Summary: This program informs drivers of the potentially damaging effects of vibration on the body while sitting in a moving vehicle. After reading this safety training program, workers will be able to explain the causes of whole-body vibration and describe methods to reduce vibration exposure.


Keywords: driving safety,ergonomic assessment,ergonomics,hazard exposure,safety training programs,vibration,injury prevention,whole body vibration,hazard control


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