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The Norwegian Institute for Aircraft Medicine is very interested in a Partner from Slovakia.
A Norwegian Institute for Aircraft Medical Research (FMI) is going to make a proposal on CALL 7 - Capacities: "Research for the benefit of SME associations"
The RTD institute is searching for SME Partners within the manufactoring sector like:
- production of machineries and tools,
- production of devices and machines exposed for vibrations.
These SMEs will need to solve the enforcement of EU-Directive 2002/44EC regarding Vibration in the Working environment.
All EU/EEA member states are per 6.July 2005 instructed to implement this Directive into their own Working Environment Legislation.
Abstract for the proposal
The challenge that need to be solved is the enforcement of EU-Directive 2002/44EC regarding Vibration in the Working environment. All EU/EEA member states are per 6.July 2005 instructed to implement this Directive into their own Working Environment Legislation.
As a result of this, all Company Superiors in EU/EEA Countries are responsible for checking that vibration level in the Working Environment satisfies the Directive 2002/44EC. These measurements demands technological measuring equipments which is very expensive, well qualified expertise and require knowledge of ISO 2631-1 and ISO 5439-1.
Our idea is that it would be cost- and resource reducing, and a benefit for all EU/EEA Companies and Citizens if Vibrating measuring data and the deduced experience from this could be shared among all European Countries.
For instance: A company in Germany have done vibration measurements in the interface between the pilot and the surface of the seat in a helicopter type EC135, and the documentation of this is placed in a database easy reachable via internet. Then Lithuania are going to fulfil the EU-Directive 2002/44EC, and the first thing to do is to check the database to see if it contains this documentation already. If it does, well all together money is sawed.
The same types of vehicles, aircraft, trains, vessels or other equipment are in use throughout the EU/EEA area. Our example - helicopter EC135 which is in use for many different civilian purposes, like police operations, passenger transport and rescue operations is used in countries like Sweden, Germany, Austria, Greece, Czech Republic, Ireland, Lithuania and Spain.
A synergy of this could have following focus: All measurements should be done in the same way, same method, procedure and technique for the same working environment. Another important synergy is the sharing of experience that is already made when a country wants to measure vibrations in another type of helicopter. We can draw this further by deduce a uniform way of documentation, steps of procedure etc from one business sector to another if possible. It will also make it easier to compare results, thereby having a better way of telling if the measurements are measure the exact same thing in different working environments. Today there is no system of exchanging such information.