The Understanding of Ergonomic at Workplace

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Looking to enhance workplace safety and productivity? Look no further than the Understanding of Ergonomics at Workplace training program by DETRAIN CONSULTANCY PLT in Malaysia. This HRDC certified program provides comprehensive training on ergonomic principles and practices to create a safe and efficient work environment for employees.

With a focus on preventing workplace injuries and improving overall well-being, this training program covers topics such as proper workstation set-up, ergonomic equipment usage, and injury prevention techniques. Request a quote today to learn more about how this training can benefit your organization and help you achieve a healthier and more productive workplace.
Learning Objectives

1. Understand the importance of ergonomic principles in the workplace: Participants will learn the significance of ergonomics in promoting employee health, safety, and productivity. They will understand how proper ergonomics can prevent musculoskeletal disorders and other work-related injuries.

2. Identify ergonomic risk factors in the workplace: Participants will be able to recognize common ergonomic risk factors, such as poor workstation setup, repetitive tasks, and awkward postures. They will learn how to assess their own work environment and identify potential hazards that could lead to discomfort or injury.

3. Implement ergonomic solutions to improve workplace comfort and efficiency: Participants will learn practical strategies to improve ergonomics in their workspace, such as adjusting chair and desk height, using ergonomic tools and equipment, and taking regular breaks to prevent fatigue. They will understand how these adjustments can enhance their overall well-being and performance at work.

Content Delivery Method

Physical, Virtual

HRD Corp Certified Course

Yes

Duration and Language

1 to 2 days; English

Target Audience

Suitable for employees at all levels

Key Skillset Addressed

1. Posture awareness
2. Workspace organization
3. Movement breaks