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Repetitive Shock and Whole Body Vibration training course, 1st April 2020, Southampton

The effects of RS & WBV (Repetitive Shock & Whole Body Vibration) on crews and passengers need to be understood by all operators as lower speed workboats face different issues to high speed powerboats.

Based on latest industry best practice and recommendations from professional bodies - Marine RS & WBV Awareness Training is designed to be highly relevant to all sectors operating sub 24m craft in open sea and estuary conditions.

Utilising the latest knowledge from across the marine industry - sessions look at what are the forces that really affect people in waves and lessons learned enable individuals and groups to improve their safety at sea.

This Training Day looking at Mitigating against the effects of impacts and vibration on vessels will take place on 1st April 2020 at the Grand Harbour Hotel in Southampton.

For additional information and booking details please visit:

http://www.nextgen-marine.com/register/

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Posted 2020-01-09 11:08:06

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