Hand Activity/Arm Activity (Ergonomics)

Prolonged exposure to vibration on the job is the leading cause of Hand/Arm injuries in the work place and great cause for concern for Industrial Hygienists who must manage ergonomic activity for their employees.
 
Dec. 2, 2009 - PRLog -- Prolonged exposure to vibration on the job is the leading cause of Hand/Arm injuries in the work place.  Currently Hand/Arm injuries due to vibrations are ranked as the 3rd largest source of workers compensation payouts in the UK and a growing concern in the US, EU and Pacific Rim.  Methods to monitor and mitigate this type of injury should be one of the major concerns for industrial hygienists of today not only for workers health concerns but also because governmental regulatory agencies have renewed their efforts to monitor these threats in the workplace. DataPipe's Hand/Arm Activity module will help manage your employee data on these types of issues in the work place.  For more information see http://www.knorrassociates.com/DP_Modules/modules-handactivity.asp

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Source:Knorr Associates Inc.
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Tags:Hand Activity, Arm Activity, Ergonomics, Industrial Hygiene, Safety In The Workplace, ih, Datapipe, Knorr Associates
Industry:Software, Safety
Location:United States
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