Occupational health care

Occupational health care

Help existing and new customers meet the requirements for medical surveillance and preventive measures for hand-arm vibrations at the workplace.

In the EU, it is estimated that more than 25 million workers are using vibrating hand tools on a daily basis. How many of these are among your customers?

Detect and avoid vibration damage in time

The occupational health services can prevent occupational injuries due to vibration by taking active measures. Potential hazardous vibration occurs in a variety of industries, many of which are often not associated with harmful vibrations. Vibrating tools are common in industries and professions such as:

Building and construction

  • Vehicle repair
  • Workshop
  • Carpenters
  • Municipal workers
  • Forest workers
  • Road workers
  • Park and recreation workers
  • Dental hygienists
  • Dental technicians
  • Foot care specialists
  • Police officers