Musculoskeletal Injury Prevention

Musculoskeletal Injuries come from the strain we put on our bodies—often as a result of some of the tasks performed at work, such as lifting and reaching.

The following resources can be used to help prevent musculoskeletal injury in your workplace.

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Office Ergonomics

Office Ergonomics will give you the knowledge and skills to create a comfortable, safe, and effective computer workspace. This course takes about two hours to complete.

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E-course | Musculoskeletal Injuries
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