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DIN CEN/TR 15350:2013-12

DIN SPEC 45694:2013-12

Mechanical vibration - Guideline for the assessment of exposure to hand-transmitted vibration using available information including that provided by manufacturers of machinery; German version CEN/TR 15350:2013

German title
Mechanische Schwingungen - Anleitung zur Beurteilung der Belastung durch Hand-Arm-Schwingungen aus Angaben zu den benutzten Maschinen einschließlich Angaben von den Maschinenherstellern; Deutsche Fassung CEN/TR 15350:2013
Publication date
2013-12
Original language
German
Pages
60
Procedure
Pre-Standard

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Publication date
2013-12
Original language
German
Pages
60
Procedure
Pre-Standard
DOI
https://dx.doi.org/10.31030/1936287

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This DIN SPEC gives guidelines for estimating, assessing and documenting the daily vibration exposure due to the use of hand-held power tools and hand-guided machines, according to the requirements of the European Physical Agents Directive (vibration) 2002/44/EC. The methods described use existing vibration emission values declared for the machine of interest or information coming from other sources. The daily vibration exposure A(8) to be assessed depends on both the average magnitude of vibration at the surface in contact with the hand and the total daily duration for which an employee is in contact with that vibration. This DIN SPEC is addressed to competent services for the assessment of vibration exposure at the workplace and to national authorities and industrial organisations. It follows the method of EN ISO 5349-1 and EN ISO 5349-2 but instead of measuring the vibration magnitudes at the specific workplaces, the methods in this DIN SPEC use existing vibration values from other sources of information including those provided by the manufacturers of the machinery according to the requirements of the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC. Workplace measurements, however, are required if suitable data are not available to represent the vibration under the specific working conditions or if the calculation results do not help to decide whether or not the vibration exposure limit value or exposure action value is likely to be exceeded. The European Technical Report CEN/TR 15350 has been prepared by CEN/TC 231 "Mechanical vibration and shock" under German project management. The responsible German committee is Committee NA 001-03-07-02 (NALS/VDI C 7.2) "Hand-Arm-Schwingungen" ("Hand-arm vibration").

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DOI
https://dx.doi.org/10.31030/1936287

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