Practical methods for measuring whole-body vibration in the workplace
A free iOS application (WBV) has been developed by The University of Queensland and independently validated. Join Robin Burgess-Limerick for a quick trip through the development of the application, the assessment of it’s accuracy, and examples of it’s use for the evaluation of whole-body vibration characteristics of surface and underground coal mining equipment.
We’ll conclude with a look at the results-in-progress from a current project involving remote 24/7 monitoring of whole-body vibration in surface mining equipment using off-the-shelf components.
Professor Robin Burgess-Limerick, Minerals Industry Safety and Health Centre, The University of Queensland. Robin is a member of ISO/TC 108/SC 4 WG13 responsible for revising ISO2631.1
Date: Tuesday 29 October 2019, 5:30 pm for 6 pm start Location: WSP Brisbane Office, 900 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley 4006 Cost: Attendance $20 to AIOH members | $30 Non-Members Schedule:
5:30 – 6:00 Networking – light refreshments
6:00 AIOH News & Introduction
6:05 – 7:00 Presentation
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