In keeping with
OSHA's policy of using plain language, we have attempted in this eTool to
describe the Hazardous Situations and Possible Solutions in words that will be
recognized readily by both employers and employees in this industry. OSHA
officials and other safety and health professionals may use different terms.
employee" could be referred to as "exposure to contaminants"
for a long time" could be referred to as "ergonomic
getting caught by rollers" could be referred to as "unguarded
across high and/or wide work surfaces," "repetitive
pinch grips," "wrist deflection," and "bending at the
waist" could all be referred to as "repetitive ergonomic hazards."
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