2 Days / 1.4 CEUs
Learning Objectives: You will learn to:
This course will introduce a proven program that reduces strain, fatigue and body reaction injuries. The ergonomic tool kit provided is practical and applies to a wide range of jobs and personal tasks. Jobs and tasks that will be addressed include delivery and warehousing; retail services such as clerks, food and hospitality services; maintenance including janitorial and mechanical tasks; energy and telecommunications jobs; and computer workstations. Bring a video of problems, jobs, or solutions. Your video can be used for application of the ergonomic techniques learned in this class (be sure the video is VHS standard cassette).
1 Day / 0.7 CEUs
Movement related injuries potentially affect a large range of workers in many industries worldwide. They can also play a major contributing role with "accident repeaters".
Common and costly movement-related injuries - to the back, hands and arms, neck, shoulders and knees - have similar contributing causes and similar solutions.
This seminar will help participants better understand and apply prevention strategies in a practical manner. Emphasis is on methods for encouraging employees to take personal control of their own safety and maximize safe movement. Principles of body usage will help in tool and workstation design.
By incorporating specific safe behaviors - on and off the job - employees of many Fortune 500 companies in a range of industries have shown significant and lasting increases in safety result, judgment, personal responsibility and morale.
Focus of this upbeat, interactive program is on proven methods for:
Who Should Attend: This course is designed for safety managers, coordinators, committee members, and other internal safety leaders, as well as management safety champions. This course is not designed for the needs of insurance professionals or external consultants. This is not a train-the-trainer course.
2 Days / 1.4 CEUs
This course will address how to avoid losses that result from being unaware of the negative affects of incorrect ergonomic practices in the workplace. Jobs that will be addressed include distribution jobs such as delivery and warehousing; retail services such as clerks, food service, and hospitality; maintenance services including janitorial and mechanical; energy and telecommunications jobs; and computer workstations. Bring a video of problems, jobs, or solutions. Your video can be used for application of risk reduction and productivity improvement methods learned (be sure the video is VHS standard cassette).
Who Should Attend: Managers, committee members, and professionals with ergonomic responsibilities.