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ergonomic in module 2 you can watech a great video .
Osha academy is a great website and it is free. Some others are JJ Keller, you can sign up for a free 30 day trial and see the various videos, etc... Or if you have a budget, Coastal Training has some great Ergonomic Videos as well.
Hey Kelly I may have something in my library that may help if you are still looking for something. here is a description of what i have.
This video focuses on the three main components of a successful ergonomics program: developing a knowledge of musculoskeletal disorders, reporting their signs and symptoms and controlling ergonomic hazards. Topics include types of musculoskeletal disorders, importance of reporting MSD signs and symptoms, determining MSD incidents and risk factors, the purpose of the job hazard analysis and the measures to be taken to control ergonomic hazards.
Overview:The 2-day seminar begins with an examination of ISO and FDA regulations and guidelines regarding the use of statistics. Basic vocabulary and concepts are then reviewed and discussed. The flow of subsequent topics over the 2 days is as follows:How to calculate confidence intervals (for proportions and for measurements), including a discussion of how to choose sample sizeHow to perform an interpret t-Tests, including consideration of "significance", "p-values", "power" and sample-size…See More
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