design for a standing operation

In the design for a standing operation, the __________ height of a worker is the main reference point because the hands are used mostly in the range between the elbow and hip heights. elbow wrist knuckle hip

4 points

Question 2

  1. Work stations should be designed for the __________ percentile female to reach the work area. 5th 50th 90th 95th4 points

    Question 3

    1. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (2013), women are __________ times more likely to have CTS than men. 1.2 1.5 3 54 points

      Question 4

      1. Incidence rate represents the number of injuries and illnesses per __________ full-time workers. 1,000 5,000 10,000 100,0004 points

        Question 5

        1. Which of the following is not one of the main risk factors of WMSDs? Force Speed Repetition Awkward posture4 points

          Question 6

          1. Work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSDs) are referred to by many names. Which of the following is not included in the name? Repetitive strain injuries (RSI) Repetitive motion injuries (RMI) Cumulative risk injuries (CRI) Cumulative trauma disorders (CTDs)4 points

            Question 7

            1. For delicate work in the design for a standing operation, the work surface should be __________ above the elbow height. 0-50mm (0″-2″) 50-100mm (2″-4″) 150-250mm (6″-10″) 250-300mm (10″-12″)4 points

              Question 8

              1. In the design for a sitting operation, the seat height should range from __________. 25 to 35cm 35 to 50cm 45 to 60cm 50 to 60cm4 points

                Question 9

                1. Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is a condition whereby the __________ is compressed through the carpal tunnel, which is comprised of eight carpal bones at the wrist. median nerve ulnar nerve radial nerve carpal ligament4 points

                  Question 10

                  1. In the five-step approach for an effective workplace design, which of the following is not measured in the third step? Productivity Physiological responses (e.g., heart rate) Psychophysical responses (e.g., perceived exertion) Multiple design solutions4 points

                    Question 11

                    1. Discuss the guidelines for developing an ergonomic program to reduce WMSDs in the former OSHA Ergonomics Legislation. Include management leadership, employee participation, hazard analysis, training, and program evaluation.

                      Your response should be at least 200 words in length.

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                      Question 12

                      1. Compare and contrast design guidelines for a standing operator and those for a sitting operator; include types of work and working height. In addition, discuss the elements of an ergonomic chair.

                        Your response should be at least 200 words in length.

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