Ergonomics Impact: Administrative Controls (Update Available)
Administrative controls are workplace policies that minimize the exposure of workers to risk conditions. The administrative controls include conducting training, job rotation, job pace, and scheduling breaks to reduce stress and ergonomic injuries among workers. In this impact series installment, Frank Rooney explores various administrative controls and work practices to reduce ergonomic hazard.
All persons who have work activities that involve physical efforts involving lifting and handling materials or objects or actions that involve repetitive motions or other procedures that may be related to MSDs, and employers who may be responsible for implementing an ergonomics program
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