SafetyBytes® Preventing Ergonomic Disorders: Good Work Practices
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SafetyBytes® Preventing Ergonomic Disorders: Good Work Practices

Preventing CTDs with Ergonomics

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.

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  • Keeping a Safe Workplace


  • Audible Narration
  • Linear Navigation
  • Integrated Video

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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.

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