Exam Topic

Ergonomics

"The Board of Certification in Professional Ergonomics, established in 1990, defines ergonomics as a body of knowledge about human abilities, human limitations, and other human characteristics that are relevant to design.... Industrial ergonomics can be defined more specifically as the application of relevant areas of the life sciences, physical sciences, and engineering to the work system consisting of the interactions between workers and their occupations, tools and equipment, and working environment such as atmosphere, heat, light, vibration, and sound." — Occupational Health & Safety, Joseph LaDou, NSC Pub.

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References & Notes -

  1. Introduction to Ergonomics
  2. Commitment to Ergonomics
  3. Gathering and examining evidence of MSDs
  4. Screening for Risk Factors
  5. Ergonomics Job Hazard Analysis
  6. Controlling Ergonomics Risk Factors
  7. OSHA's Approach to Ergonomics
  8. Ergonomics Roles and Responsibilities
  9. Training in Ergonomics
  10. Model Ergonomics Plan
  11. Ergonomics Case Study
  12. Ergonomics Questions and Answers
  13. Office Ergonomics - Equipment
  14. Office Ergonomics - Problems and Solutions
  15. Office Ergonomics - Health Concerns
  16. Another Sample Ergonomics Plan
  17. NIOSH - Elements of an Ergonomics Program

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