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7 Steps for Conducting Ergonomic Assessments in Lower-Risk Facilities

06:05 EDT 7 Aug 2017 | 3blmedia - Health

SOURCE: Antea Group

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It is easy to lose sight of the importance of ergonomics in a low-risk workplace such as an office, data center, or warehouse .If, as an EHS manager, you want to get back on track with your ergonomic program, consider an ergonomic assessment.  

An ergonomic assessment is an objective study of how employees are working and it will help identify ergonomic risks such as the development of work-related musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). Antea Group offers 7 practical steps that will help you with your ergonomic assessment.  

About Antea Group  

Antea Group is an international engineering and environmental consulting firm specializing in full-service solutions in the fields of environment, infrastructure, urban planning and water. By combining strategic thinking and multidisciplinary perspectives with technical expertise and pragmatic action, we do more than effectively solve client challenges; we deliver sustainable results for a better future. With more than 3,000 employees in over 100 offices around the world, we serve clients ranging from global energy companies and manufacturers to national governments and local municipalities. Learn more at http://us.anteagroup.com.

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KEYWORDS: Environment, Health & Healthcare, EHS manager, ehs, environment health and safety, ergonomic, ergonomic assessment, ergonomic risk, musculoskeletal, MSD, NIOSH, WISHA, workplace injury

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