Manufacturing Safety Alliance of BC
Ergonomics 102 Training
Classroom
Virtual

Ergonomics 102

Ergonomic design is necessary to prevent repetitive strain injuries and other musculoskeletal disorders, which can develop over time and can lead to long-term disability. This course will help participants create an MSI/MSD reduction program at their workplace.
This course builds on the fundamentals of Ergonomics and assists managers, supervisors, and employees in implementing a musculoskeletal injuries/disorder reduction program
Goals and Objectives
  • Understand and be able to communicate basic Ergonomic principles and concepts
  • Comprehend current legal requirements for an MSD Prevention program
  • Understand implementation strategies such as hazard and risk assessments
  • Be able to build and run an effective MSI/MSD reduction program
Topics
  • Review of ergonomic concepts and principles
  • Legal requirements
  • MSI/MSD Reduction model and the PDCA Cycle
  • Implementation Strategies and concepts
  • Employee/employer engagement strategies
Audience
  • Managers, supervisors, and employees working in BC manufacturing and food processing¬†
Funding

Your training costs may be eligible for partial reimbursement through the B.C. Employer Training Grant. Find out here.

Eligible toward the requirements for Joint Health and Safety Committee training for new members or annual training in British Columbia; may be eligible in other jurisdictions as well.

eLearning

Register for online Ergonomics 102 eLearning training online through our Learning Centre. Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and accessible from any computer, laptop, tablet with internet access.

Estimated Time to Complete: 3 hrs

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