|جميع المناطق||2017-07-12||One day (6 hours)||- ريال||انجليزي|
Cumulative trauma disorders, or CTDs, are a matter of concern to employers. While the trend is to provide ergonomically designed replacements when tools and equipment wear out, there is also heavy reliance on the supervisors to help eliminate conditions in the workplace that could contribute to development of a CTD.
Ergonomics is frequently referred to as human factors engineering. It is a science based on the primary importance of the human factor in the workplace. Agronomists are finding more and better ways to make jobs fit the unique characteristics of a wide range of people. Attention to ergonomics help in reducing medical claims and lost work time, and in many cases, improved production results.
As a supervisor or team leader, you will be called upon more and more to recognise ergonomic hazards in the workplace and to try to eliminate them or, at the very least, to minimise their impact.
The aim of this course is to encourage supervisors to take a critical look at the workplace, its organisation and functioning to ensure practical observance of the principles of ergonomics.
On completion of the course, participants will be able to do the following:
• List principles of basic ergonomics in the workplace.
• Develop a culture of open communication with employees.
• Identify ergonomic-related hazards and symptoms of CTD.
TSupervisors, technicians and team leaders who need to manage ergonomics in the workplace.