|Document ID (ISN)||56453|
|Convention or series no.
||Prevention of occupational diseases caused by intermittent vibration, noise and physical overloading among mechanical assembly fitters - Methodological recommendations
||Profilaktika professional'noj patologii, obuslovlennoj vozdejstviem preryvistoj vibracii, šuma i fizičeskih peregruzok, u slesarej mehanosboročnyh rabot: Metodičeskie rekomendacii [in Russian]|
||Ministerstvo zdravoohranenija RSFSR, Leningrad, USSR, 1989. 34p. Gratis.
||These recommendations are issued with the approval of and in consultation with the Health Ministry of the Russian Federation. They are intended for physicians, engineering plant safety and health officers and trade-union safety inspectors, and propose a set of organisational, technical and medical measures, aimed at preventing harmful effects of vibration, noise and physical overloads on mechanical assembly fitters, engaged in metal roughing, scraping and grinding with abrasive wheels. A brief description is given of work processes and common workplace hazards as well as occupational disease clinical picture, course, diagnosis and treatment characteristics. In appendices: recommendations for developing good work time schedules; physical excercises for workers, exposed to noise and vibration (8-10min. exercise break); self- and mutual massage of the hands, arms and shoulders.
||noise and vibration control; USSR; occupational diseases; noise; medical prevention and treatment; vibration disease; abrasive operations; physical workload; diagnosis; vibration
||relaxation exercises; safety and health organization; periarthritis; recurrent noise; diseases of central nervous system; symptoms; cardiovascular disorders; rehabilitation; musculoskeletal diseases; abrasive wheels; work time schedules; work-rest schedules; hearing loss; synergism; medical examinations; directive; machinery industry
||E - Books, reports, proceedings
|Country / State or Province||USSR|
||Noise, hearing and vibration
|Broad subject area(s)
||Physical fitness programmes