From Oregon OSHA – about as easy as can be used. Takes into account starting position, repetition, amount of time per day, twisting. Laughably easy, anyone can use this one.
Click link below for directions to app:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/safe-lifting-calculator/id794013425 – From your computer.
https://appsto.re/us/X76uV.i – From your iDevice
An innovative method of performing an ergonomic analysis. Each task has a small photo so the person who is doing the analysis understands what the issue is. Also accounts for repetition, posture, time, etc. The forms are divided between ‘Caution Zone’ and ‘Hazard Zone.’ Even the novice can use these effectively. Great program.
Both Word format, and PDF. Download now. Do it.
Click links below for documents:
Caution Zone Checklist
Caution Zones Checklist – Word
Hazard Zone Checklist – Word
Hazard Zone Checklist
Safety Resources had it’s 25,000 hit on Friday (thanks to a very busy Thursday). Not bad for a site that is only a couple of months old.
For most of us, safety is a career and we receive paychecks, so we all do this for our own reasons. When we think of the results of our work, however, we see that when we are successful, people do not get hurt, or worse. Measuring success in our line of work means measuring something that doesn’t happen. We can look at injury rates and see a decline, but we may never know of the ‘big one’ that was prevented.
So for all of you who made the 25,000 happen – thanks, and realize that out there, you have done something that although you may not know exactly when you helped someone stop a back strain, keep a finger or hand, or kept them alive – you will have done that with your work. Again – it is a job, and we receive paychecks, but it is good work.
Please feel free to let me know of areas that you may need materials or help with, or even better, if you know of sources that provide free, copyright free materials, let me know and I will be sure to post here.
Thanks to those in the 111 countries that have visited this site. You are doing good work.
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This is the group I mentioned some time back that helps out the families of those who have lost their lives in construction accidents. A worthy group that is, unfortunately very badly needed.
Construction Angels conducts various fundraisers in the form of golf tournaments, and other events. Sponsorship of a golf course hole can be as low as $100, or you can volunteer to help during the events.. Please consider donating time or money to help this worthy cause.
Schedule of events: