Often two-hand control is primarily understood as a means of starting a hazardous process, ensuring that the operator cannot reach into the hazard zone with either hand. But that is only one half of the story. Looking at the definition in EN ISO 13851 you will find two additional points worth considering:
EN ISO 13851, which addresses two-hand operation, is one of the three most important basic safety standards for manual workstations that has recently been revised.
In our White Paper, we give tips on what also should be taken into account in these work environments.
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