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This Technical Report provides guidelines for those such as employers, national authorities and manufacturers of earth-moving machinery who are required to determine, assess and document the daily whole-body vibration exposure for ride-on machines as defined in ISO 6165. It also provides guidelines for reducing vibration levels on machines and for determining the vibration reduction from machine improvements to reduce vibration levels. It is intended to assist in establishing documentation for specific earth-moving machinery under typical operating conditions. It gives guidance on determining the daily vibration exposure A(8), in accordance with ISO 2631 and EN 14253, offering a simple method for determining the daily vibration exposure by means of a table which indicates the daily exposure as a function of the equivalent vibration total value and the associated exposure duration. Both methods can be used even in cases of multiple exposures on the same day. Methods are provided for calculating exposure using reported emission values, valid for machines equipped with a seat in accordance to ISO 7096. Workplace measurements are required where suitable data are unavailable to represent the vibration under the specific working conditions, or if the calculation results are not useful for determining whether or not the vibration exposure limit value or exposure action value is likely to be exceeded. It is important that the vibration values used in the exposure assessment are representative of those in the specific use of the machines. This Technical Report does not deal with assessments of exposure to shock.
|Nederlandse titel||Grondverzetmachines - Richtlijenen voor beoordeling van blootstelling van het menselijk lichaam aan trillingen van machines met meerijdende bestuurder - Gebruik van geharmoniseerde gegevens gemeten door internationale instituten, organisaties en fabrikanten|
|Engelse titel||Earth-moving machinery - Guidelines for assessment of exposure to whole-body vibration of ride-on machines - Use of harmonized data measured by international institutes, organizations and manufacturers|