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ISO - TS 22704

Mechanical vibration — Uncertainty of the measurement and evaluation of human exposure to vibration

active, Most Current
Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 April 2022
Status: active
Page Count: 40
ICS Code (Vibration and shock with respect to human beings): 13.160
scope:

This document specifies methods for determining the uncertainty of the measurement and evaluation of human exposure to vibration. It applies to measurements of vibration quantities (measurands), calculated following a relevant measurement model on the basis of directly measured values, to evaluate

a) human exposure to hand-transmitted vibration at the workplace,

b) vibration emission of hand-held and hand-guided machinery in a laboratory setting,

c) human exposure to whole-body vibration at the workplace, and

d) whole-body vibration emission of vehicles.

Examples of the application of the individual methods in practical situations are provided in the annexes.

In this document a measurement error is defined as the difference between a measured and a reference quantity value.

In this document "uncertainty" does not include errors that result from bad measurement strategies, faulty use of measurement equipment or other mistakes.

Document History

TS 22704
April 1, 2022
Mechanical vibration — Uncertainty of the measurement and evaluation of human exposure to vibration
This document specifies methods for determining the uncertainty of the measurement and evaluation of human exposure to vibration. It applies to measurements of vibration quantities (measurands),...

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