Ergonomicseffective Curriculum Ideas

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Safety Training Offered

AFL-CIO George Meany Center
Attention union activists, staff, and local union health and safety representatives who would like to teach their membership about workplace health and safety issues. The George Meany Center for Labor Studies will offer two six-day Train-the-Trainer health and safety programs next year.

Ergonomicseffective Curriculum Ideas High School

Ergonomicseffective curriculum ideas activities

Ergonomicseffective Curriculum Ideas Activities

Ergonomicseffective Curriculum IdeasThe first is a Train the Trainer Program on Workplace Health and Safety For Bi-Lingual (Spanish-English) Union Trainers February 8 – 13, 2004. Click here for flyer and here for application.

A program to help teach ergonomics to elementary school students recently became available through the Puget Sound Chapter of the Human Factors and Ergonomic Society. Reducing the Incidence and Cost of Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders with Ergonomic Input Devices Evidence for the efficacy of ergonomic keyboards and mice in reducing repetitive strain injuries and 10 steps to achieving a healthier workplace Microsoft Corp. Published: August 2013 Abstract The costs associated with repetitive strain injury (RSI) to businesses are estimated between $15. The goals of ergonomics are to provide a positive working environment in which ● the design of equipment, work layouts, and work environments matches the capabilities of people so they can lead healthy and productive lives. ● differences in job tasks and body sizes among employees are accommodated. ● job hassle, soreness, and potential injury can be avoided.

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The second class, for English speakers runs from May 2 – 7, 2004. Click here for flyer and here for application.
Topics of both classes include
  • Worker and Union Roles in Workplace Safety and Health
  • Identifying Hazards in the Workplace
  • Legal Health and Safety Rights of Workers and Unions
  • Recordkeeping (OSHA 300 Log) Requirements
  • Introduction to Ergonomics
  • Effective Health and Safety Committees
CurriculumThe costs of the classes are $1000, which includes a single room for six nights (Saturday-Thursday) and all meals (cost per person for a double room is $730). For commuters, the cost is $250, which includes lunches and dinners. There is no charge for tuition or materials.
For more information, Sharon Simon at the George Meany Center at 301- 431-5414, or at [email protected]

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