University of Massachusetts at Lowell - SH-23543-12
|Grantee Name: University of Massachusetts at Lowell||Grant Number: SH-23543-12||Grant Year: 2012|
The grantee provided training that addressed ergonomic hazards for workers and employers in nursing homes located in the Northeast. The training targeted low literacy workers and workers with limited English. Training topics include ergonomic principles, job hazard analysis, and ergonomic interventions. Training materials are available in English.
Ergonomic Advocates Program
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