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V. Goglia, J. Žgela, I. Đukić: UČINKOVITOST ANTIVIBRACIJSKIH RUKAVICA: II DIO Šumarski list br. 5–6, CXXXII (2008), 239-244
Dong, R. G., T. W. McDowell, D. E. Welkome, bility of gloves at the palm of the hand. Interna

W. P. Smutz, A. W. Schopper, C. Warren, tional Standard Organization, Geneva.
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7505-1986. Forestry machinery – Chain saws –
asurement methods for assessing effectiveness Measurement of hand-transmitted vibration. Inof
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Hand-arm vibration – Method for the measureInternational
Standard Organization, Geneva.

ment and evaluation of the vibration transmissi-

SUMMARY: There are various ways of reducing the health-hazards of
hand-transmitted vibration. One of the possible protective measures is the use
of the anti-vibration gloves, but their efectiveness is still subject to discussion
and many experts are questioning it. The procedure for measurement and evaluation
of the vibration transmissibility of the anti-vibration gloves is given in
ISO 10819-1996 and EN ISO 10819-1996 as well as in the National Standard
HRN ISO 10819-2000. Due to the numerous objections on the testing procedure
recommended by the above standards many researchers prefer field- testing.
In order to assess the efectiveness of anti-vibration gloves of five different
manufactureres the Faculty of Forestry – University of Zagreb in co-operation
with the public enterprise Hrvatske šume Ltd. carried out a field-testing.
The paper reports on the testing results.

Key w o rd s : ergonomics, vibration, anti-vibration gloves, testing