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Grantee Name: Alaska Marine Safety Education Association

Grant Number: SH-26334-SH4

Grant Year: 2014

The grantee provided ergonomics training to fishing and seafood processing workers. Target audience included limited English proficiency, minorities, high-hazard/high-fatality industry, and small businesses. Training topics included the basics of ergonomics, assessing ergonomic hazards, redesigning work space for improved ergonomics, and prevention of musculoskeletal disorders. Used existing training materials. Training was offered in English, Spanish, Vietnamese and Tagalog.

Ergonomic Hazards

Title Length Format File Size
Ergonomic Risk Reduction for Commercial Fishermen and Seafood Processing Workers
Advertising Materials 5 Pages PDF 19 MB
Ergo Poster – English Version 1 Page PDF 621 KB
Pocket Guide – English 24 Pages PDF 2.6 MB
Pre-posttest 2 Pages PDF 3.7 MB
Pre-posttest – Answer sheet 2 Pages PDF 228 KB
Ergo Poster – Tagalog Version 1 Page PDF 485 KB
Pocket Guide – Tagalog 24 Pages PDF 2.7 MB
Pre-post Test – Tagalog 4 Pages PDF 6.2 MB
Pre-post Test Answer sheet Tagalog 4 Pages PDF 85 KB

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