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Chapter 54: Ergonomics

The purpose of this program is to prevent ergonomic injuries. It covers identifying, evaluating, and mitigating ergonomic risks. These risks stem from activities that require work in a restricted space or with awkward or static postures, repetitive motions, pressure points, vibrating tools, or forceful exertions, all of which can lead to injuries and reduced worker effectiveness. It applies to workers who engage in these activities, their supervisors, ergonomic specialists, ESH coordinators, and the program manager; and the Occupational Health Center (OHC) and Space Planning and Management.

Quick Start Summary [pdf]

Full chapter [pdf]

Procedures and Requirements

Forms and Tools

Other Program Documents and Resources

Program Ownership

Department: Occupational Health
Program Manager: Terrance Thomas McMahon

Additional Contacts

Program SLAC-Internal page

See the After-Hours and OHC Contacts webpages for more information.


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