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The project was commissioned by the UK Department of Transport (DoT) and aimed at identifying suitable technical standards for the seat belts and their anchorages as well as ergonomically acceptable restraint systems for agricultural vehicles. The project was also tasked with examining the provision, use and experience of seat belts in the earth-moving machinery industry, to establish whether any lessons learnt were applicable to agricultural vehicles and whether there was a case for common standards across both vehicle types.
This report presents the main findings of a project to study the provision of seat belts for agricultural vehicles.
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Cost to the Department: £55,150.00
Actual start date: 01 October 1994
Actual completion date: 31 December 1996
HGV Seatbelts: Ergonomics of Current Designs. Final Report
Author: ICE Ergonomics Ltd
Publication date: 01/04/1997
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