|ID (ISN) del documento||108022|
|Número de serie
||HSE Research Report 406
||Smith T., Couper G., Donaldson W., Neale M., Caroll J.
Health and Safety Executive
||Seatbelt performance in quarry vehicle incidents - Final report
||HSE Books, P.O. Box 1999, Sudbury, Suffolk CO10 2WA, United Kingdom, 2005. vi, 141p. Illus. 42 ref.
||http://www.hse.gov.uk/research/rrpdf/rr406.pdf [en inglés]
||The most frequent type of accident in quarries is those involving vehicles, accounting for approximately 40% of all accidents. Various industry standards have been implemented in the United Kingdom, including those applying to all-round visibility from vehicles, edge protection and brake testing, in order to reduce the number of casualties. The effectiveness of restraint systems is considered as the next step to achieving further safety improvements. In this study, current standards and practices of several countries were firstly reviewed. Next, a range of accident conditions were simulated using human body numerical models that were evaluated against data from full scale tests. Findings are discussed. Restraint of the torso was shown to provide additional benefits over the current lap belts.
||cabinas para el conductor; maquinas de mineria; arneses de seguridad; cinturones de seguridad; canteras
||Reino Unido; informe; estudio comparado; glosario; comentario de norma; simulación matemática
|Tipo de documento
||E - Libros, informes, actas
|País / Estado o Provincia||Reino Unido|
||Minas y canteras
|Broad subject area(s)
||Riesgos mecánicos, transporte
|Navegación por categoria(s)
||Mining and quarrying
Belts, harnesses and lifelines