ergonomic standards

ergonomic standards

Occupational medicine
A series of guidelines developed by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), intended to address activities in the workplace that carry a high risk for injury.

OSHA high-risk activities
• Repetitive motion over prolonged periods of up to four hours; 
• Maintaining a fixed/awkward position for prolonged periods;  
• Use of vibrating or impact tools for a prolonged periods; 
• Lifting heavy loads frequently during a shift.

ergonomic standards

Occupational medicine A series of guidelines developed by OSHA–to address activities in the workplace with a high risk for injury
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