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Industrial Ergonomics Training

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Short tuitions for employees (NQF 3)

Tuitions:
  • Adopting safe manual material handling techniques
  • Adopting comfortable & productive work postures
  • Ergonomic instructions for drivers
  • Preventing trips, slips and falls
  • Preventing fatigue

 

For who:

All relevant employees

 

Duration:

2 hours per tuition

 

Outcome:

The employee will be aware of the causes, risks and solutions to the potential ergonomic risks presented in the course

 

Course material supplied:

A3 Poster

 

 


 

Applied Ergonomics in (South) African Industry (NQF 5-6)

For who:

Engineers, Automation specialists, Product specifiers (procurement), Occupational health practitioners, SHEQ coordinators, Quality managers, Facility managers, etc.

 

Duration:

4 days and 1 day self-study

 

Main subjects covered:

Basic ergonomic principles; Standards, Current and upcoming Legislation and developments; Work Related Musculoskeletal Disorders (WMSD); Manual Material Handling & Biomechanics of lifting; Static & Dynamic work postures; Workstation design and anthropometrics (layouts, work heights, reaches, sitting, standing & sit stand workstations); Identification and measurement of possible workplace risks; Guidelines & Strategies; Engineering, administrative & training controls; Completion of practical assignment.

 

Outcome:

Identify, Measure and Manage ergonomic risks effectively and reliably. The student will be able to use the supplied Ergo-Risk Evaluation Tools to evaluate and quantify risks, and thus also provide reliable and easy to understand feedback to management.

 

Course material supplied:

Colour Training Manual; Ergo-Risk Evaluation Tools

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Certificate:

Certificate of Completion (attendance and assignment)

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