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vibration white finger

n
(Physiology) a condition affecting workers using vibrating machinery, which causes damage to the blood vessels and nerves of the fingers and leads to a permanent loss of feeling
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Third, it proposes to require HAV manufacturers develop a written cybersecurity plan for HAVs.
Although HAV is most commonly transmitted by food and water contaminated with feces, humans have acquired HAV from handling infected nonhuman primates in captivity (1).
In the UK alone there are over 300,000 people reported as suffering from HAVS and 2 million at risk.
Wirral Council has an ongoing requirement to monitor and measure the exposure of employees to HAVS.
Newton has even been approached by those interested in the possibilities for using HAVs in tourism.
Recognition of these as a distinct entity led to the revision of the Taylor-Pelmear classification for assessment of HAVS devised in 1968.
HAVS is a chronic, progressive disorder with a latency period that can vary from a few months to several years.
Simon Bull comments, "The Webinar is ideal for anyone who is relatively new to HAVS, and will equally act as a refresher session to those who already deal with HAVS in the workplace.