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Relationships between wholebody vibration and morbidity patterns among interstate truck drivers
George J. Gruber
1977 by U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Center for Disease Control, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Division of Biomedical and Behavioral Science, for sale by Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Cincinnati, Washington .
Written in English
|Statement||George J. Gruber.|
|Series||DHEW NIOSH publication ; no. 77-167, DHEW publication ;, no. (NIOSH) 77-167.|
|LC Classifications||RC1032 .G78|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 52 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||77604048|
8 Fatigue and Health and Wellness. This chapter begins by describing what is known about the linkages between fatigue and health. Following a brief summary of the medical certification of the health of commercial motor vehicle (CMV) drivers, the discussion turns to a medical condition that has been the subject of a great deal of attention with respect to the health of CMV drivers and the. The relationship between the vibration transmissibility and driving-point response functions (DPRFs) of the human body is important for understanding vibration exposures of the system and for developing valid models. The combined mechanical loads and vibration exposures are among the major File Type: [PDF - MB] The relationships.
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The hypotheses that certain physical disorders develop with undue frequency among interstate truck drivers and that some of this excess morbidity is due in part to the whole body vibration factor of their job, have been tested by extracting and comparing morbidity data available for active interstate truck drivers and sedentary comparison by: 1.
The hypotheses that certain physical disorders develop with undue frequency among interstate truck drivers and that some of this excess morbidity is due in part to the whole body vibration factor of their job, have been tested by extracting and comparing morbidity data available in the periodic, certification examination records for 3, active interstate truck drivers and 1, active air traffi.
Relationship Between Whole-Body Vibration and Morbidity Patterns Among Interstate Truck Drivers: PB Tests Of Eyecup Goggles: PB Mortality Among Coal Miners Covered By the U.M.W.A. Health and Retirement Funds: PB Occupational Health and Safety For Agricultural Workers: PB Shift.
Relationship between whole body vibration and morbidity patterns among heavy equipment operators. Cincinnati: U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Healtlh Service, Center for Disease Control, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Division of Laboratories and Criteria Development, (OCoLC) Get this from a library.
Relationship between whole-body vibration and morbidity patterns among motor coach operators. [George J Gruber; H Haskell Ziperman; National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.
Division of Laboratories and Criteria Development.]. Evaluating Whole Body Vibration and Standing Balance Among Truck Drivers Molly Halverson Chair of the Supervisory Committee: Associate Professor Peter W.
Johnson Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences Background: Over 60% of fatal fall-related occupational injuries occur in the long haul freight trucking industry. relationship between truck vibration and highway safety?" and interpreted literally, one is forced to conclude that the answer is yes.
At one extreme, it is clear that vibration constitutes a primary constituent of what is known as "road feel," a qual ity on which truck drivers place a.  Paddan G.S., Griffin M.J., Evaluation of whole-body vibration in vehicles.
Journal of sound and vibration,  Nitti R., Santis P., Assesment and prediction of whole body vibration exposure in transport truck drivers.
Industrial heaTruck ride in the humans sensitivity range of – 80 Hz. => Resonance in eye globes, spine and stomach. Seat vibration intensity often in the ISO ”Health caution zone” NP professional drivers have 3 times more stress related heart disease => Dies at lower age.
Musculoskeletal pain in neck, shoulders and back. [von Gierke et al]. Postural Stability of Commercial Truck Drivers: Impact of Extended Durations of Whole-Body Vibration Shaman Ahuja1, Jerry Davis1 and Lloyd Wade2 1Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Auburn University, AL 2Department of Health, Exercise Science, and Recreational Management, University of Mississippi, MS Falls from non-moving vehicles constitute a significant portion of fall.
Gruber GJ () Relationships between whole-body vibration and morbidity patterns among interstate truck drivers. Contract No. CDC, NIOSH Cincinnati, Ohio, Publication No. 77–, pp 1– Google Scholar. involved drivers.
Table 6. Distribution of truck ages for crash- and noncrash-involved 20 drivers. Table 7. Items checked on the last trip. 21 Table 8. Types of training received by crash- and noncrash-involved 23 drivers. Table 9. Mean ability ratings, the percentages of drivers who nominated Whole-body vibration when riding on rough roads SNRA Publ.
EThe findings of a recent review of epidemiologic studies conducted between and on the relationship between exposure to vibration and problems in the lumbar part of theback provided ”clear evidence for an increased risk for LBP disorders in occupations withexposure.
Relationships between whole-body vibration and morbidity patterns among interstate truck drivers. Hansson, T.
Doctoral Thesis, University of Gothenburg. 'The bone mineral content and biomechanical properties of lumbar vertebrae: an in.
Results. Overall, the truck drivers' vibration exposures were above daily vibration action values set by the International Standards Organization (ISO) and the air-filled ballistic seat pad did not significantly reduce WBV exposures relative to the WBV exposures experienced with their existing air-suspension seat.
Conclusions. Gruber, G.J. Relationships between wholebody vibration and morbidity patterns among interstate truck drivers. Nat Inst Occ Safety and Health, Cincinnati.
NIOSH Rept Gruber, G. J., Relationship between Whole body Vibration and Morbidity Patterns Among Interstate Truck Drivers, Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas. Center for Disease Control Publication No, Cincinnati, Ohio, G ruber G.J.
Relationships between whole-body vibration and morbidity patterns among interstate truck drivers. U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare (DHEW) of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). Publication No. . AbstractLaboratory studies have shown that exposure to whole-body vibration (WBV) increases physical and mental fatigue, which are common issues professional drivers face.
The objective of this study was to determine whether altering WBV exposures had any effect on driver vigilance and discomfort. A repeated measures crossover design of five truck drivers with regular h routes was.
The graph below shows the typical relationship between displacement, velocity and acceleration for a sinusoidal (single frequency) vibration. Note that displacement amplitudes decrease to very small amplitudes above about Hz. For that reason, seismic displacement measurements are rarely used for machine condition monitoring.
Problems in your vehicle's suspension can cause the truck to vibrate. Broken or weak shocks, tie rods, wheel bearings and other components will make your truck's weight distribute unevenly and cause a vibration.
Vibration problems will commonly be caused by the suspension in your truck's front end rather than the rear.
This review presents a critical evaluation of the literature on health effects in long-term occupational exposure to whole-body vibration.
To assess the relative weight of each epidemiologic study. Exposure to vibration of drivers of trucks and tractor-trai lers has Highway Admini stration examining the relationship between truck vi bra- ti on and hi ghway safety.
safety relationship, and the conduct of a conference to explore the consensus among experts on the topic. The authors wish to thank Messrs. Michael Sayers, John. to conduct a systematic review in order to investigate the association between whole-body vibration (WBV) and musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) in professional truck drivers (PTD).
Methods: The scientific databases of PubMed, Cochrane, Lilacs and Scielo were used to collect articles published from until the present time. Gruber J. “Relationships Between Whole Body Vibration and Morbidity Patterns Among Interstate Truck Drivers”, U.S.
DHEW/NIOSH Publication, No. Gruber, G.L. Relationships between whole body vibration and morbidity patterns among interstate truck drivers. Cincinnati: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. 64 p. Van der Beek, A.J. & Frings-Dresen, M.H.W.
Physical workload of lorry drivers. Gruber GJ () Relationships between whole body vibration and morbidity patterns among interstate truck drivers. NIOSH, Cincinnati, Ohio. Google Scholar. Gruber GJ, Zipermann H () Relationship between whole body vibration and morbidity patterns among motor coach operators.
High prevalence of back pain, early degenerative changes of the spine and herniated lumbar disc problems have been consistently reported among vibration exposed occupational groups: tractor drivers, truckers and interstate bus drivers, crane or earth.
Bus drivers are daily exposed to whole-body vibrations (WBV) submitted to risks for develop health problems related to these conditions. Numerous studies focused to quantify and identify the risks that drivers are exposed have been developed in recent years. Many factors influence the transmission of vibration to the body.
Whole- body vibration, occupational exposure, bus, drivers. INTRODUCTION. The vibration environment is a common man- made artificial surrounding with which most humans have to deal.
However, professionals such as occupational drivers do it on a daily basis. It seems that humans have a limited tolerance to cope with whole - body vibration (WBV). The purpose of this study was to characterize whole-body vibration (WBV) exposure from various all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) like snowgroomers, snowmobiles and forwarders, and to investigate how.
“Whole body vibration” is the term researchers use for the motion caused by a truck traveling over a rough surface, vibration transmitted up from the road through the seat to the driver.
It can cause sore lower backs, as well as pain in the neck, arms and legs. If the pain is bad enough, it can limit or cut short a driver’s career. Among all the musculoskeletal outcomes, LBP was the most prevalent (%) with average LBP score of (SD: ).
The SF health scores demonstrated that truck drivers in general had lower physical health status than the general US population (P's. In most work situations the magnitude and duration of vibration exceeded the 8 h fatigue-decreased proficiency boundary of m s −2 in the vertical axis, which indicates that in many working situations with a daily exposure of 8 h or more suspended seats will not protect professional drivers from harmful exposure to whole-body vibration.
Whole-body Vibration Exposure Intervention among Professional Bus and Truck Drivers: A Laboratory Evaluation of Seat-suspension Designs. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene: Vol. 12, No. 6, pp. Truck drivers are tougher than the average person.
They have to be, to single-handedly control an 80, pound vehicle for 11 hours at a time on limited sleep. To stay safe and stand up for themselves in shady situations at truck stops.
To muscle a truck. Whole-body vibration (WBV) is another potential factor that may contribute to driver fatigue, but it has received little attention. Beginning in JanuaryBose Corporation and AIG commissioned the RAND Corporation to study the link between WBV and driver fatigue.
Exposure to whole body vibration (WBV) is known to be associated with various adverse health outcomes among professional truck drivers.
As a part of a randomized controlled trial, this study evaluated WBV exposures and various health outcomes from 96 professional truck drivers. Griffin M.J., Whitham E.M. Discomfort produced by impulsive whole-body vibration. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 68 (5),pp.
— Gruber G.J. Relationships between whole-body vibration and morbidity patterns among interstate truck drivers. The National Research Council () reported that there is evidence of a clear relationship between back disorders and whole-body vibration.
Joubert and London () studied the association between back belt usage and back pain among forklift drivers that were frequently exposed to WBV. Gruber GJ Relationships between whole body vibration and morbidity patterns among interstate truck drivers. NIOSH Report Cincinnati, National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Google Scholar.A reference on the variety of problems that industrial and office workers face, which also offers solutions.
It is based on the Annual International Industrial Ergonomics and Safety Conference held in Denver, Colorado in June which brought.Such decrements may have a bearing on the safety and health of approximately seven million drivers of trucks, buses, tractors, and off-the-road vehicles who are exposed to WBV.
To study these effects in the Laboratory, the WBV team at NIOSH has designed and developed a new vibration system.