Ergonomics and ISO 45001
Occupational safety and health management systems are used by many organizations to monitor and control safety and health risks. These same systems can also be used to continuously improve ergonomics programs. While an ergonomics management system can function independently, an ergonomics program can be leveraged by integrating it into existing safety and health management systems. This also ensures ergonomics related risks are considered fairly when prioritizing abatement of other risks. In addition to an overview of management systems, a case study will be presented outlining how ergonomics is integrated into existing safety and health management systems Texas Instruments. Nov 9, 2022 04:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada). Register Here
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This suite of online, on-demand courses, incorporating content from SESHA “boot camp” courses, provides a comprehensive safety training foundation for all employees who work in a semiconductor fabrication setting.
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