Blog: The new noise-induced hearing loss?

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Nearly two million workers in the UK are at risk of developing hand-arm-vibration syndrome, a debilitating, permanent condition caused by working with hand-held power tools. While it might not attract the same attention as other occupational diseases, Andy Miller, technical risk control manager at Allianz UK, argues it has the potential to be the next big area for insurance claims.

HAVS refers to a range of conditions affecting the fingers, hands and arms, as well as specific diseases such as carpal tunnel syndrome. These conditions can affect the blood vessels, nerves and/or

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