|Grantee Name: University of Louisville Research Foundation||Grant Number: SH-17807-08||Grant Year: 2008|
The grantee developed training materials for managers and workers in small business foundries relating to the recognition, avoidance, and prevention of work related injuries. Materials include a student manual. Materials are available in English and Spanish.
|Ergonomics in Foundries|
|Ergonomics in Foundries||115 pages||20.00MB|
|Feedback Questionnaire||1 page||DOC||17 KB|
|Ergonomics in Foundries (Video)
* Please contact the Resource Center Loan Program to access this material.*
|5:53 min||WMV||117 MB|
|Ergonomics Awareness Training: Part I||110 slides||PPT||15.10 MB|
|Ergonomics Awareness Training: Part II||105 slides||PPT||5.25 MB|
|Ergonomics and Safety at your Foundry: Course Pre-Test/Post Test (Full Day Session)||2 pages||DOC||57 KB|
|Ergonomics and Safety at your Foundry: Course Pre-Test/Post Test (Half Day Session)||2 pages||DOC||59 KB|
|Ergonomics for Managers and Employees in Small Business Foundries (Español)|
|La Ergonomica Para Los Fundiciones||60 pages||12.80 MB|
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