Ergonomics seems to be among the most misunderstood concepts to many safety professionals, so often, it gets overlooked when inundated with other safety regulations. Do you find yourself asking these questions?

  • Since no OSHA regulation requires it, where do I turn for information?
  • Do I even need an Ergonomics Prevention Program, and if so, what does that consist of?
  • How do I change workstations to better suit employees of different shapes and sizes?
  • Do stretching programs actually work? What about job rotation?
  • Aren’t strains and sprains inevitable to an aging workforce?
  • How do I identify workplace stressors, and what should I train my employees to look for?
  • How do I manage my employee’s back-to-work routine if I have an ergonomic injury?

As THE LEADING CAUSE of workplace injuries, you can’t afford to overlook this important topic. According to BLS, over 266,500 musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) were reported in 2019 alone, and statistics indicate that up to half of the nation’s workforce may suffer from ergonomic injuries and illnesses throughout their career.

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About the Author


Pete Nemmers

Pete Nemmers serves as NASP’s Director of Training Development, bringing a wealth of expertise to the organization. With a background rooted in safety and training, Pete plays a pivotal role in shaping the training programs offered by NASP. Pete ensures that NASP remains at the forefront of safety education, equipping professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to navigate and excel in the dynamic field of safety.
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