Hand-arm and Whole Body Vibration Testing and Assessment
Hand Arm and Whole Body vibration are becoming the fore runners in any companies health and safety policy and with our help you can get to grips with the standards required.
CPT can advise and recommend the best tools available to minimise the risk to you operators, and help improve their comfort and productivity.
On-site Vibration Testing and Assessments
CPT provide a full HAV testing service to help you review and update your risk assessment, assist with best practice consultation and help with tool procurement to ensure you are fully compliant with the latest Health and Safety HAVS legislation. This can be done on-site if required, limiting the need for lengthy downtime and lost production.
Simply call us now on 02920 480 811 for more information
In 2009 Consolidated Power Tools introduced the vibration testing service.
This was driven by both our customers who were looking for a ‘single source solution’ for their onsite testing service, and by the ever changing vibration regulations. In a relatively short space of time we have gained a wide and varied customer base, as we are able to adapt to, and facilitate a wide range of customer requirements.
This is something we pride ourselves on, and is what has made us one of the most reputable vibration testing
companies in operation.
We offer a comprehensive range of mechanical and pneumatic tool equipment from some of the worlds leading manufacturers, with full technical sales and back up provided by highly experienced staff.
Tools can either be tested on site whilst in use by the operator (this is recommended) or in a workplace on simulated test rigs. For this we use a wide range of different tensile steels for the Grinders, Cutters, Die Grinders, and Drills etc.
Email us – firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange
a Free Visiting Consultation
Hand-arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS)
What is Hand-arm Vibration Syndrome?
Vibration can be transmitted into your hands and arms when you use hand-held powered work equipment. Too much exposure can cause HAVS and carpal tunnel syndrome.
Identifying signs and symptoms at an early stage is important. It will allow you, as the employer, to take action to prevent the health effects from becoming serious for your employee. The symptoms include any combination of:
• Tingling and numbness in the fingers
• Not being able to feel things properly
• Loss of strength in the hands
• Fingers going white (blanching) and becoming red and painful on recovery
Contact us today for more information 02920 480811