Occupational Safety and Health in Forestry

Occupational Safety and Health in Forestry

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Table 4/2. Noise-induced hearing loss in logging, New Zealand Number of workers Hearing defects Number Percentage of ... by - a€c decreasing noise levels of chain-saws; a€c limiting daily hours of chain-saw use; a€c mechanisation of motor- manual work; a€c use of ear protectors. ... can lead to vibration-induced white fingers; a€c whole-body %a#39;ibration of operators of terrain machines, primarily tractors, can lead to ... Bloch reviewed the results of such research in 1985 on the basis of 62 sources.

Title:Occupational Safety and Health in Forestry
Publisher:International Labour Organization - 1990


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