Laboratory Ergonomics

1 module



Course Length
30 mins

Linda Miller



Laboratory Ergonomics – Online & Interactive 45 minute Training

Key Features & Benefits

• Multimedia course with interactive and engaging content. Includes audio narration.

• Contains key components required under the Health and Safety Code Jurisdictions

.• Significantly reduces training costs often associated with in-person training or remote training sites.

• Employees can take the course at their convenience and revisit the content at any time.

Who is this training for?

• People whose daily work tasks occur in work in laboratory environments.


Additional seats in the course can be added in the shopping cart.

Contact us for large bulk purchases as volume discounts are available!


    What does it cover?

    •Introduction to laboratory ergonomics.

    •Understanding body mechanics and what causes musculoskeletal injuries.

    •Signs, symptoms, and risk factors associated with the onset of a musculoskeletal injury.

    •Strategies to minimize both risk of  injury and improve overall comfort.


    Additional Information

    **Volume discounts & free demo available.

    As an alternative and for higher volumes this training can be launched from your corporate LMS or from our cloud LMS in a customized elearning portal. Licensing options are available. This training can also be customized with your corporate branding, custom content and preferences. Contact us for details & pricing.


    By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate EWI Training Certificate

    Laboratory Ergonomics Course
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    I felt it covered everything but I would like more examples of lab activities and the risks and factors to reduce the risks. There was a lot on driving which is not a common lab activity.

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