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CAL/OSHA CONSULTATION SERVICE. MANUAL MATERIAL HANDLING. > 50% Back. 30% Shoulder Arm Abdominal strains and sprains. MANUAL HANDLING & MSDs. WHY IMPROVE the FIT?. LOWER COSTS INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY REDUCE RISK FACTORS PREVENT /REDUCE INJURIES REDUCE WORKERS’ EFFORTS

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CAL/OSHA CONSULTATION SERVICE

MANUAL MATERIAL HANDLING


Manual handling msds

> 50%

Back

30%

Shoulder

Arm

Abdominal strains and sprains

MANUAL HANDLING & MSDs


Why improve the fit
WHY IMPROVE the FIT?

  • LOWER COSTS

  • INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY

  • REDUCE RISK FACTORS

  • PREVENT /REDUCE INJURIES

  • REDUCE WORKERS’ EFFORTS

  • IMPROVE MORALE


Risks factors
RISKS FACTORS

  • AWKWARD POSTURES

  • REPETITION

  • FORCEFUL EXERTIONS

  • DURATION

  • FREQUENCY

  • STATIC POSTURES


Improve the fit
IMPROVE the FIT

What to consider?

  • Age

  • Gender

  • Stature

  • Physical condition


How to improve the fit

HOW to IMPROVE the FIT?

  • IMPROVEMENT OPTIONS

    • ENGINEERING

    • ADMINISTRATIVE

  • TRAINING



  • Avoid lifting from the floor if you must lift safer
    AVOID LIFTING FROM THE FLOOR IF YOU MUST LIFT SAFER



    Power zone1
    POWER ZONE

    • Page 24 (1&2)



    Power zone3
    POWER ZONE

    • Photo 5&6 pg24






    Work closer1
    WORK CLOSER

    • Photo 1 pg 28







    Easier pouring add a handle
    EASIER POURINGADD A HANDLE


    Easier pouring support load
    EASIER POURINGSUPPORT LOAD

    • 27 (1&2 photos


    Easier pouring support load1
    EASIER POURINGSUPPORT LOAD

    • 1&2 page 27




    Improve your grip

    1&2 page 33

    IMPROVE YOUR GRIP


    Improve your grip1
    IMPROVE YOUR GRIP

    • 3 and four, page 33




    Alternatives to manual handling
    ALTERNATIVES TO MANUAL HANDLING

    • USE EQUIPMENT

      • NON-POWERED

      • POWERED


    Handling larger loads

    1& 2 page 37

    HANDLING LARGER LOADS



    Three in one
    THREE IN ONE

    • 3 PHOTOS Pg 40


    Scissors lift

    Photo1 page 39

    SCISSORS LIFT




    Forklift

    1&2 pg 44

    FORKLIFT


    Conveyors

    1page 41

    CONVEYORS


    Conveyors1

    3 page 41

    CONVEYORS



    Cranes
    CRANES

    • 1&2 Pg 45



    Stacker
    STACKER

    • 3&4 page 43


    A PARTNERSHIP FOR SUCCESS

    CAL/OSHA CONSULTATION SERVICE

    • FIELD CONSULTANTS USE

      - “ROOT CAUSE” ANALYSIS

      FOCUSED ON:

      • UNDERLYING REAONS FOR HAZARDS

      • IMPROVING THE “SAFETY & HEALTH SYSTEM”


    A PARTNERSHIP FOR SUCCESS

    CAL/OSHA CONSULTATION SERVICE

    • FIELD CONSULTANTS & ERGONOMIC ISSUES

      • RESPOND AS REQUESTED

      • DO NOT EXPAND VISITS

      • POINT OUT OBVIOUS PROBLEMS


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