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Human physical and psychological limitations can alter throughout working life, and refer to, for example:

  • Poorer eyesight and / or hearing.
  • Reduction in memory capacity.
  • Reduced strength.
  • Increased fatigue.

These factors should be monitored to ensure staff remains fit for work.


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