Loss Prevention Through Ergonomics: Best Economic Practices for Sustaining Worker Health Resource Page

Loss Prevention Through Ergonomics: Best Economic Practices for Sustianing Worker Health Course Flyer - Download

Occupational MSDs: Research and Intervention for the Trucking Industry Fact Sheet - Download

SHARP Program: Work-related MSDs of the Back, Upper Extremity, and Knee in Washington State, 2002-2010 - Download

OSHA 2255 Principles of Ergonomics - Download the Flyer, View Upcoming Course Dates

Oregon OSHA Ergonomics Resource Page - Visit

WA Labor and Industries Sprains and Strains Resource Page - Visit

OSHA Ergonomics Certificate Course through USF - Visit

Course Photos:

Dr. Rempel talking on high-force repitions, the highest risk actions for carpal tunnel syndrome

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Johnson speaking about increased risk factors faced by the aging workforce

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Keith Osborne, Seattle City Light, "The Business Case: A Success Story"

 

 

 

 

Panel Discussion with Keith Osborne, David Rempel, Peter Johnson, and Michelle Averill