SafetySkills™ Course Syllabus
Series/Catalog:General Industry SeriesLinear Duration/min: 00:14:00Origin Date:01/08Interactivity:LevelIILast Update:09/08SupervisingSME:Laura BeldenCourse Description:Ergonomics is the process of reducing worker injury througheffective workplace design. Upon completion of this learning event,employees will demonstrate knowledge of how to implementergonomic principles in office settings to minimize or eliminatepotential hazards. Employees will learn to identify ergonomic riskfactors at office workstations, basic ergonomic designs used toprevent injuries, and differentiate between the correct and incorrectmethods to lift safely. This course is provided to assist the employerin meeting the requirements of OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.900. The employer may also be interested inIndustrial ErgonomicsandBack Injury Prevention.Relevant Standards:OSHA 29 CFR 1910.900Complexity/Difficulty:Level I (very easy) Target Audience:This course is intended for all office employees.Prerequisites:None
To successfully complete this course, the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:ERG-2.1.0Introduction and objectives0:01:06ERG-2.2.0Identify ergonomic risk factors at office workstations and theireffects0:03:46ERG-2.3.0Identify basic ergonomic designs used to prevent ergonomicinjuries0:02:16ERG-2.4.0Differentiate between correct and incorrect lifting methods0:01:19
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