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Ergonomics for Transportation– How to Prevent Strains, Sprains, and Overexertion

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In Ontario, a large percentage of lost-time injuries is attributable to strains, sprains, and overexertion. Many companies in the transportation sector experience lost-time injuries resulting from overexertion, strains, and sprains that hinder safe productivity and lead to increased costs. If you want to make a bottom-line, fundamental difference in your health and safety program, attend this training program.


Program Content

  • Determine how pervasive the ergonomics problem is in the industry.
  • Learn to identify ergonomic issues.
  • Identify ergonomic issues that relate specifically to driving, loading and unloading, and tarping.
  • Implement ergonomic interventions to improve health and safety performance.
  • Obtain ergonomic resources.
  • Develop an ergonomic action plan for your workplace.

Who Should Attend?

Workers and employers from the transportation sector who want to learn and identify causes of MSDs.

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