Exposure to vibration has been linked to interference with activities, discomfort, health problems and injuries. Whole-body vibration is caused by vibration from machinery passing to and through the human body. Many workers with occupations in the transportation, construction, and agricultural industries are at risk of health problems associated with exposure to vibration. In order to understand the mechanisms of the vibration effects, we have to study the biodynamic responses to vibration which show how vibration is transmitted to and through the human body. Understanding the biodynamic responses is a prerequisite to understanding how vibration affects performance, comfort, safety, and health. This book describes the characteristics of the biodynamic responses to whole-body vibration obtained experimentally as well as the methods used to model the biodynamic responses. The book is useful to consultants working in the field of human responses to vibration, engineers working in the automotive industry, vehicle seat manufacturers, health and safety engineers and researchers including students researching in the field of human responses to vibration.