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High Risk Occupations for MSDs Registered nurses, nursing assistants and psychiatric aides Firefighters and prevention workers Laborers and freight, stock and material movers Janitors and cleaners Heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers Refuse and recyclable material collectors Stock clerks and order fillers Maids and housekeeping cleanersLight truck or delivery services drivers Telecommunications line installers and repairers Bus drivers, transit and intercity Production workers Police and sheriff patrol officers Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers Plumbers, pipefitters and steamfitters Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Economic News Release Musculoskeletal disorders MSDs affect the muscles, nerves, blood vessels, ligaments and tendons.
Workers in many different industries and occupations can be exposed to risk factors at work, such as lifting heavy items, bending, reaching overhead, pushing and pulling heavy loads, working in awkward body postures and performing the same or similar tasks repetitively.
Exposure to these known risk factors for MSDs increases a worker's risk of injury. Work-related MSDs can be prevented. Ergonomics fitting a job to a person helps lessen muscle fatigue, increases productivity and reduces the number and severity of work-related MSDs.
A Process for Protecting Workers Employers are responsible for providing a safe and healthful workplace for their workers. In the workplace, the number and severity of MSDs resulting from physical overexertion, and their associated costs, can be substantially reduced by applying ergonomic principles.
Implementing an ergonomic process is effective in reducing the risk of developing MSDs in high-risk industries as diverse as construction, food processing, firefighting, office jobs, healthcare, transportation and warehousing. The following are important elements of an ergonomic process: Provide Management Support - A strong commitment by management is critical to the overall success of an ergonomic process.
Management should define clear goals and objectives for the ergonomic process, discuss them with their workers, assign responsibilities to designated staff members, and communicate clearly with the workforce. Involve Workers - A participatory ergonomic approach, where workers are directly involved in worksite assessments, solution development and implementation is the essence of a successful ergonomic process.
Workers can: Identify and provide important information about hazards in their workplaces.
Assist in the ergonomic process by voicing their concerns and suggestions for reducing exposure to risk factors and by evaluating the changes made as a result of an ergonomic assessment. Provide Training - Training is an important element in the ergonomic process.
It ensures that workers are aware of ergonomics and its benefits, become informed about ergonomics related concerns in the workplace, and understand the importance of reporting early symptoms of MSDs.
Identify Problems - An important step in the ergonomic process is to identify and assess ergonomic problems in the workplace before they result in MSDs.