Workplace Ergonomics

In April of 2002, OSHA released its plan to reduce work-related musculoskeletal disorders.   OSHA has begun working to produce industry and task-specific guidelines that provide the best practices for reducing ergonomic injuries.  OSHA intends to crack-down on employers with ergonomic hazards by coordinating inspections with a legal strategy designed for successful prosecution.  As OSHA’s new plan stresses voluntary compliance, employers are beginning to take a more proactive approach to reviewing their ergonomics program.

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