Assessments & Tools

Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences Featured Resources provide the latest information on workplace safety, health and well-being. Additional information can be filtered by topic in the supporting navigation to the left of the article content.

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Sep 05, 2017
NIOSH Launches Mobile Lifting Calculator App

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) announces the availability of a new, free mobile application (app) for smart phones and other mobile devices that can help workers stay safe when manually lifting objects as part of their job.

Source: NIOSH

Jan 27, 2017
Humanics Ergonomics - Ergonomics Resources

Information provided by Humanics Ergonomics on anthropometrics, ergonomic tools, seating, products, injury data, ergonomic reports and much more.

Source: Humanics

Jan 27, 2017
Ergonomic Publications

Access publications and tools related to ergonomics fro the European Agency for safety and Health at Work.

Source: European Agency for Safety & Health at Work

Jan 27, 2017

HabitAtWork is an educational tool promoting self-help and problem solving for preventing and managing discomfort, pain and injury. Learn more and assess yourself by choosing your work environment.

Source: ACC New Zealand

Jan 27, 2017
Ergo Resource Centre

This resource center, provided by Ergo Consulting includes assessment tools and ergonomic links.

Source: Ergo Inc.

Jan 17, 2017
SAIF Corporation YouTube: Office Ergonomics Playlist

Office Ergonomics: Simple solutions for comfort and safety.

Source: SAIF

Jan 16, 2017
SAIF Topic: Ergonomic Solutions

Learn about ergonomic workstations, mobile devices, proper posture, stretching, and more.

Source: SAIF

Jan 01, 2016
Push/Pull/Carry Calculator

This calculator can be used to estimate the suggested maximum force that can be used during pushing and pulling, and the weight that can be carried.

Source: WorkSafe BC

Sep 01, 2011
NIOSH: Practical Demonstrations of Ergonomical Principles

This document consists of a series of demonstrations designed to complement training on ergonomic principles.

Source: CDC

May 01, 2011
Checklists Found in the Toolbox - A Primer Based on Workplace Evaluations of Musculoskeletal Disorders

Checklists include those related to ergonomic risk factors and design principles.

Source: CDC