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The inputs are described by the forces and postures adopted, the characterization of their time course, as well as the treatment of other risk factors. 1 (continued) Comparison of Workplace Assessment Tools in the Literature which Have Been Developed to Assess Workplace Risk of WMSD and Priority for Intervention 2-14 Occupational Ergonomics: Engineering and Administrative Controls Integrated Analysis of Upper Extremity Disorders 2-15 2-16 Occupational Ergonomics: Engineering and Administrative Controls The tools differed considerably in their treatment of the time course of the input variables; some used only a single instant while others used mathematical or electronic processing to extract information about the time variation of the risk factor.
Joint Posture and Optimal Musculoskeletal Geometry For each joint there is a range of posture which minimizes possible adverse features of work and which allows effective force application with minimum fatigue and injury potential. Even before an “extreme” posture is reached, there are changes in the function of the musculoskeletal system which usually make the postures less than optimal and which may elevate tissue loads. , 1995). This pressure, if maintained for substantial periods of time, likely decreases microcirculation of the structures in the tunnel, including the median nerve.