SafetyBytes® Preventing Ergonomic Disorders: Good Work Practices

SafetyBytes® Preventing Ergonomic Disorders: Good Work Practices

Health effects that can result from poor ergonomics generally affect the nerves, muscle, and tendons. Common symptoms include a decreased range of motion, decreased grip strength, or swelling of a joint. In this SafetyBytes® module, we’ll discuss good work practices that are vital in preventing ergonomic disorders.


Type:eLearning - SafetyBytes® ID:1693 
Course Level:Foundational
Learning Paths:Workplace Safety
Main Topic:Ergonomics
Other Topics:Workplace Safety & Awareness, Safety Orientation
Competencies:Keeping a Safe Workplace
Suggested Industry Usage:Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General
Subject:Preventing CTDs with Ergonomics
Source Program:Ergonomics: Preventing Cumulative Trauma Disorders
Trainer Comments:As an employee your role is critical in identifying areas in need of improvement and then using the ergonomically correct equipment and procedures that have been established to protect your health.
Seat Time:5 Minutes
Interactivity:Quick, linear navigation, full video, audible narration.

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