Evening News Coverage Brings Good Vibrations to Reacetc
Tuesday, February 15th, 2011
on behalf of HAVmeter Vibration Safety
An innovative device that records construction workers’ exposure to vibration levels has received new coverage in Edinburgh’s evening newspaper.
The HAVmeter, which is produced by Edinburgh-based firm Reactec, was featured in the Evening News after it was revealed that £1 million worth of the devices had been sold to UK hire firms in 2010.
Reactec bosses said that the devices had only been made available to the UK hire sector over the past year, but they had now emerged as the safety device of choice for many of these companies. The HAVmeter technology is also now considered the best way to prevent the contraction of Hand Arm Vibration Sydrome (HAVS) among construction workers.
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