Which of the following are objectives of ergonomics:
Work activities should allow worker to adopt several healthy and safe positions
Muscle forces should be done by the largest appropriate muscle group
Work activities should be performed with joints at their mid-point range of motion
Adapt the task and environment to match worker capacity
All of the above
Intensity of force, repetitions, temperature and noise are examples of [blank_start]physical[blank_end] risk factors. Dissatisfaction, job insecurity, pace of work and social environment are examples of [blank_start]psychosocial[blank_end] risk factors.
Which of the following is NOT a fundamental ergonomic principle?
Work in at end points of range of motion
Minimize pressure points
Maintain comfortable environment
What sort of change would NOT be made under a ergonomic frame of reference?
A microbreak of 1-2 minutes is generally recommended every [blank_start]30-45[blank_end] minutes.
A Functional Abilities Evaluation begins with gathering a medical/social history and then:
Pain monitoring during functional tests
Functional tests such as lifting, pulling and reaching
All of the above
OT roles in Functional Abilities Evaluations include:
Assess worker capacity
Assess job demands
Assess baseline functioning
Assess functioning for medicolegal sector
Which of the following is NOT involved in a Job Demand Analysis?
Cognitive demand information
Match the complain to the appropriate coloured flag.
Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) is a complex condition with vascular, neurological and MSK factors that is caused by the long-term use of vibratory tools. Which of the following is LEAST likely to be an OT role in the treatment of HAVS?
Provide health promotion/injury prevention education