Whole Body Vibration Consulting

We help employers navigate regulatory guidelines to shock and vibration exposure limits.

Employers generally have a duty of care to workers to reduce exposure to mechanical shock and vibration to as low a level as reasonably practicable (ALARP). To comply, employers must show that they are actively limiting the duration and magnitude of WBV exposure by introducing working processes or equipment of appropriate ergonomic design.

Shoxs’ team of shock and vibration experts understand how to assess and mitigate impact, especially in the marine environment, and can help agencies develop a strategy to measure, mitigate, and analyze the forces acting on their boat operators and fleet assets. Agencies can then confidently report on compliance with regulation or fulfillment of their duties of care.

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