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Ergonomics looks at what kind of work you do, what tools you use and your whole job environment. The aim is to find the best fit between you and your job conditions. Examples of ergonomic changes to your work might include

  • Adjusting the position of your computer keyboard to prevent carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Being sure that the height of your desk chair allows your feet to rest flat on floor
  • Learning the right way to lift heavy objects to prevent back injuries
  • Using handle coatings or special gloves to suppress vibrations from power tools

No matter what the job is, the goal is to make sure that you are safe, comfortable, and less prone to work-related injuries.


Workplace and responsibilities

Your rights and responsibilities on the job are very important. One of the most important rights is to know any kinds of regulations and to get proper training. It is your employers’ right is to get the proper training gear and teach you the stuff you need to get what you need to do the job. The employers responsibilities are to get you proper training and proper safety gear. The workers responsibility is to notify the supervisor of any safety concerns. Another one the workers responsibilities is to follow any safety procedures and wear the correct clothing. Just be aware to be safe and ask for help if you might need it. Doing all of this provides a safe work environment.