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General Information

Number of Employees

Description of work to be performed

Take a photo of the work area
Ergonomic

Are all workers trained on safe working postures?

Are all workers trained on safe lifting techniques, uses, and carrying devices?

REFERENCE: This is a sample training on safe lifting techniques.
[This is an example of how you can use iAuditor to include best practice reference images in your templates to assist with inspections]

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Are all workers knowledgeable about ergonomics policies and procedures?

Do workers feel free to report ergonomic symptoms?

Are rotation or rest breaks used to reduce time in awkward postures?

Does work scheduling minimize excessive overtime that causes fatigue?

Are there enough workers to do individual workloads?

Are all workers instructed to get someone’s help when lifting heavy materials?

Can the work be performed without twisting or overly bending the lower back?

Are all employees protected against eyestrain or glare in the process of doing their job?

Are neck and shoulders relaxed when performing tasks?

Are workers comfortable without experiencing any pressure points on any part of their body (wrists, forearms, back of thighs)?

Are all pieces of furniture or equipment adjusted, positioned, and arranged to minimize strain on all parts of the body?

Are workstations set up properly?

Surfaces for Walking and Working

Are working and walking surfaces clean and dry?

Are working surfaces unobstructed?

Are walking surfaces even?

Materials Handling

Do materials have handles to help carry loads?

Are there carts, dollies, or other aids readily available for moving materials?

Is the site clear enough to permit the use of carts?

Are all materials delivered as close as possible to where they will be used?

Are all materials stored at waist height?

Are all loads labeled with their weight?

Tools and Equipment

Are all tools sharp and in good condition?

Are all tools light weight and well balanced?

Is there minimal vibration when using tools and equipment?

Do all tools have right handle design?

Are there scaffolds, platforms, or other equipment available to reduce the need to work overhead?

Are knee pads or cushions available when working at floor level?

Is there any equipment that can be used to reduce kneeling?

Is there anti-fatigue matting to be used when a worker is required to stand all day?

Is it possible to use adjustable stools to allow workers to rest?

Seating

Are the seats well-designed, easy to adjust, and comfortable?

Do workers have to lean forward to see/do their work when working on heavy equipment?

Is the vibration minimal on the seating of any heavy equipment?

Completion

Recommendations

Overall Assessment

Full Name and Signature of the Inspector

Ergonomic Safety Checklist

Created by: SafetyCulture Staff | Industry: General | Downloads: 98

Proper training on ergonomics in the workplace help reduce work-related injuries and illnesses. Use this template to evaluate if your workplace complies with ergonomics safety. Begin inspection with the description of work to be performed and capture photo/s of the workplace. Assess physical ergonomic aspects such as individual workloads, workers’ posture, and repetitive movements. Check workstations and walking surfaces if setup properly and unobstructed. Inspect materials, tools, and equipment if properly labeled, well balanced, and readily available. Complete the inspection with recommendations and overall assessment of the workplace.

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Audit

General Information

Number of Employees

Description of work to be performed

Take a photo of the work area
Ergonomic

Are all workers trained on safe working postures?

Are all workers trained on safe lifting techniques, uses, and carrying devices?

REFERENCE: This is a sample training on safe lifting techniques.
[This is an example of how you can use iAuditor to include best practice reference images in your templates to assist with inspections]

lifting reference.PNG

Are all workers knowledgeable about ergonomics policies and procedures?

Do workers feel free to report ergonomic symptoms?

Are rotation or rest breaks used to reduce time in awkward postures?

Does work scheduling minimize excessive overtime that causes fatigue?

Are there enough workers to do individual workloads?

Are all workers instructed to get someone’s help when lifting heavy materials?

Can the work be performed without twisting or overly bending the lower back?

Are all employees protected against eyestrain or glare in the process of doing their job?

Are neck and shoulders relaxed when performing tasks?

Are workers comfortable without experiencing any pressure points on any part of their body (wrists, forearms, back of thighs)?

Are all pieces of furniture or equipment adjusted, positioned, and arranged to minimize strain on all parts of the body?

Are workstations set up properly?

Surfaces for Walking and Working

Are working and walking surfaces clean and dry?

Are working surfaces unobstructed?

Are walking surfaces even?

Materials Handling

Do materials have handles to help carry loads?

Are there carts, dollies, or other aids readily available for moving materials?

Is the site clear enough to permit the use of carts?

Are all materials delivered as close as possible to where they will be used?

Are all materials stored at waist height?

Are all loads labeled with their weight?

Tools and Equipment

Are all tools sharp and in good condition?

Are all tools light weight and well balanced?

Is there minimal vibration when using tools and equipment?

Do all tools have right handle design?

Are there scaffolds, platforms, or other equipment available to reduce the need to work overhead?

Are knee pads or cushions available when working at floor level?

Is there any equipment that can be used to reduce kneeling?

Is there anti-fatigue matting to be used when a worker is required to stand all day?

Is it possible to use adjustable stools to allow workers to rest?

Seating

Are the seats well-designed, easy to adjust, and comfortable?

Do workers have to lean forward to see/do their work when working on heavy equipment?

Is the vibration minimal on the seating of any heavy equipment?

Completion

Recommendations

Overall Assessment

Full Name and Signature of the Inspector