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Everyday Ergonomics

Ergonomic injuries, collectively referred to as Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders (WMSDs), develop over months or years as a result of equipment, tools, processes and activities that do not take the individual worker’s physical characteristics into account. Workers in both the plant and the office are vulnerable to ergonomic injuries. Learn how Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders can be reduced or eliminated through good ergonomic practices.
SKU: P1419EN
$29.00

Ergonomic injuries, collectively referred to as Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders (WMSDs), develop over months or years as a result of equipment, tools, processes and activities that do not take the individual worker’s physical characteristics into account. Workers in both the plant and the office are vulnerable to ergonomic injuries. Learn how Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders can be reduced or eliminated through good ergonomic practices.

Learning Objectives:

  • Recall the connection between your body’s physiology and injuries.
  • Recognize the major types of ergonomic hazards.
  • Identify work situations in your job that cause ergonomic hazards.
  • Recall practical approaches to reducing the risks posed by those hazards.

Course Outline:

  • Introduction
  • The Body
  • Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders (WMSDs)
  • Manual Materials Handling (MMH)
  • Hand-Arm Vibration
  • Whole-body Vibration
  • Working in a Standing Position
  • Working in a Sitting Position
  • Working at a Computer
  • Conclusion
  • Test

Target Audience:

People working in an office setting.

Duration:

0.75 hours

Features:

Audio, Video, Mobile, Accessible

Module(s):

12267EN

Ergonomic injuries, collectively referred to as Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders (WMSDs), develop over months or years as a result of equipment, tools, processes and activities that do not take the individual worker’s physical characteristics into account. Workers in both the plant and the office are vulnerable to ergonomic injuries. Learn how Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders can be reduced or eliminated through good ergonomic practices.

Learning Objectives:

  • Recall the connection between your body’s physiology and injuries.
  • Recognize the major types of ergonomic hazards.
  • Identify work situations in your job that cause ergonomic hazards.
  • Recall practical approaches to reducing the risks posed by those hazards.

Course Outline:

  • Introduction
  • The Body
  • Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders (WMSDs)
  • Manual Materials Handling (MMH)
  • Hand-Arm Vibration
  • Whole-body Vibration
  • Working in a Standing Position
  • Working in a Sitting Position
  • Working at a Computer
  • Conclusion
  • Test

Target Audience:

People working in an office setting.

Duration:

0.75 hours

Features:

Audio, Video, Mobile, Accessible

Module(s):

12267EN

Products specifications
Course LanguageEnglish
Length Range31 - 60 Minutes
Length (Hours)0.83
Course FeaturesAudio
Course FeaturesNASBA CPE - QAS Self Study
NASBA CPE Credits1.5
Module Number(s)12267EN
Products specifications
Course LanguageEnglish
Length Range31 - 60 Minutes
Length (Hours)0.83
Course FeaturesAudio
Course FeaturesNASBA CPE - QAS Self Study
NASBA CPE Credits1.5
Module Number(s)12267EN