ELEMENTS OF ERGONOMICS PROGRAMS

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Back to Main,Back to Main,Back to Main,Back to Main. Back to Main,Back to Main,Back to Main,A Pathway to Controlling Work Related. Musculoskeletal Disorders WMSDs,LOOKING FOR,Cues and tip offs. SIGNS OF WMSDs to problems,SETTING THE,Management commitment. STAGE FOR ACTION and employee roles,TRAINING BUILDING.
General and specialized training,IN HOUSE EXPERTISE needs and access to resources. GATHERING AND EXAMINING,EVIDENCE OF WMSDs Health and risk factor data. collection and assessment, DEVELOPING CONTROLS Options for reducing risks and. evaluating their effectiveness,ESTABLISHING HEALTH. Duties of health care,CARE MANAGEMENT providers and others.
CREATING A PROACTIVE,ERGONOMICS PROGRAM Accent on prevention. Back to Main,Back to Main,ELEMENTS OF ERGONOMICS PROGRAMS. Disclaimer ii,Foreword iii,Abstract v,Overview vi,Acknowledgments xi. INTRODUCTION 1, What Are Work Related Musculoskeletal Disorders WMSDs 1. Why Are WMSDs a Problem 1,What Is Ergonomics 2,What Is the Purpose of this Primer 2.
STEP 1 LOOKING FOR SIGNS OF WORK RELATED,MUSCULOSKELETAL PROBLEMS 3. Recognizing Signs That May Indicate a Problem 3,Determining a Level of Effort 3. STEP 2 SETTING THE STAGE FOR ACTION 6, Ergonomics as Part of a Company Safety and Health Program 6. Expressions of Management Commitment 6,Benefits and Forms of Worker Involvement 7. Who should participate 9,STEP 3 TRAINING BUILDING IN HOUSE EXPERTISE 13.
Ergonomics Awareness Training 13,Training in Job Analyses and Control Measures 14. Training in Problem Solving 14,Special Considerations and Precautions 14. STEP 4 GATHERING AND EXAMINING EVIDENCE OF WMSDs 16. Health and Medical Indicators 16,Following up of worker reports 16. Reviewing OSHA logs and other existing records 16,Conducting symptom surveys 17. Using periodic medical examinations 17,Back to Main.
Identifying Risk Factors in Jobs 18,Screening jobs for risk factors 18. Performing job analyses 23,Setting priorities 27,STEP 5 DEVELOPING CONTROLS 31. Types of Controls 31,Engineering controls 31,Administrative controls 32. Personal equipment is it effective 35,Implementing Controls 36. Evaluating Control Effectiveness 36,STEP 6 HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT 39.
Employer Responsibilities 39,Employee Responsibilities 39. Health Care Provider Responsibilities 40,Job familiarity and job placement evaluations 40. Early reporting and access to health care providers 40. Treatment 40,STEP 7 PROACTIVE ERGONOMICS 43,Proactive Versus Reactive Approaches 43. Essential Considerations 43,REFERENCES 45,TOOLBOX 51. Description of Contents 52,TRAY 1 Looking for signs of WMSDs 53.
TRAY 2 Setting the stage for action 79,TRAY 3 Training building in house expertise 80. TRAY 4 Data gathering medical and health indicators 84. TRAY 5 Data gathering job risk factors 89,TRAY 6 Evaluating job risk factors 101. TRAY 7 Evaluating control effectiveness 110,TRAY 8 Health care management 123. TRAY 9 Proactive ergonomics 124,TRAY 10 Other primers and manuals 131. Back to Main,Back to Main,Back to Main,Back to Main.
ELEMENTS OF ERGONOMICS PROGRAMS A Pathway to Controlling Work Related Musculoskeletal Disorders WMSDs LOOKING FOR SIGNS OF WMSDs SETTING THE STAGE FOR ACTION TRAINING BUILDING IN HOUSE EXPERTISE GATHERING AND EXAMINING EVIDENCE OF WMSDs DEVELOPING CONTROLS ESTABLISHING HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT CREATING A PROACTIVE ERGONOMICS PROGRAM Cues and tip offs to problems Management commitment and

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