Ergonomics in the Workplace

Course Description

The goal of Ergonomics in the Workplace course is to teach workers how to avoid musculoskeletal diseases (MSDs). It focuses on slips, trips, and falls, which cause many workplace injuries.

Ergonomics in the Workplace

What You’ll Learn?

  • What is the goal of ergonomics?
  • About the risk factors for musculoskeletal disorders
  • Understand the purpose of ergonomics training
  • How to prevent slip, trip, and fall injuries?
  • What are the procedures for reducing MSD hazards in the workplace?

Significance of Ergonomics Statistics

Ergonomics statistics describe how workplace design affects employee health and productivity. They determine musculoskeletal diseases and ergonomic-related work injuries. These statistics help companies discover issues, justify ergonomic improvements, and track their efficacy. Ergonomics statistics help companies develop safer, more comfortable workplaces that benefit employees.

How to Prevent Ergonomic Hazards in the Workplace?

Multi-step strategy is implemented to prevent workplace ergonomic hazards. Initially, workplace ergonomic risk assessment is essential to discover risk issues and fix them with design modifications. Second, ergonomic training decreases risks by teaching workers effective ergonomic tools and equipment use and finally encouraging breaks and employment rotation to reduce repetitive activities risks.

Ergonomics Training

All staff members require training in office safety, and one effective way to prevent injuries is by providing comprehensive ergonomics training. AHC offers an entirely online Ergonomics in the Workplace course, allowing employees to access it at their convenience and from any location, promoting a comfortable learning experience. Those who enroll in this course will gain in-depth knowledge of various workplace ergonomics safety topics.

Course Completion Certification

Upon the Ergonomics in the Workplace course completion, participants will receive a certification of achievements.