International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Risks associated with ergonomics are pervasive groups that have crept into people's daily lives. Ergonomic risks have been linked to long-term health effects like musculoskeletal disorders, cumulative trauma disorders, and lower back pain. Due to the limitations of their jobs, workers are most impacted by these repetitive, continuous labor activities. The main objective of this project is to provide a solution to the ergonomic problems that construction workers in the educational maintenance industry encounter. Based on the conditions, only a few jobs were identified, and samples were obtained by watching and asking people about their jobs. For tasks like plantation, rebar bending, material transportation, etc., the RULA and REBA method is used in this project. This study aims to investigate the ergonomic hazards experienced by educational maintenance construction workers.
Lokeeshvar, S and D, Surrya Prakash
"Ergonomic Risk Assessment of Maintenance Workers in Educational Institute,"
International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering: Vol. 4:
3, Article 5.
Available at: https://www.interscience.in/ijmie/vol4/iss3/5