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Industrial Ergonomic Evaluator
Certification Training Course

"I found the information from the course applicable to a variety of settings; office and industrial. I came away with evidence-based assessment tools that I can use in my practice"
Stephanie McClellan, OTR/L – Buena Vista Regional Medical Center

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Our Industrial Ergonomic Evaluator Certification Course is designed for professionals who are interested in implementing or expanding their knowledge in on-site injury prevention and total body (lower back and upper extremity) and industrial ergonomics. A significant portion of this class is hands-on testing using the NIOSH, OSHA, WISHA, RULA, REBA, ACGIH-TLVs, and other evaluation tools. The training course discusses evidence-based evaluations and consulting protocols based on current OSHA standards, NIOSH guidelines, and published clinical literature. At the end of day one, two, and three, you will take an assessment tool quiz and may apply for certification as a Certified Industrial Ergonomic Evaluator (CIEE Certification) if you score 80% or higher for all three quizzes.

Learning Outcomes

  • Select and describe current ergonomic evaluation tools and protocols
  • Differentiate risk factors associated with upper extremity and low back ergonomic injuries
  • Choose and apply internationally recognized upper extremity and low back ergonomic tools
  • Prepare, identify, and select engineering, administrative, and work practice controls/ergonomic solutions
  • Demonstrate the ability to use upper extremity and low back ergonomic assessment tools in multiple industrial and manufacturing environments
  • Apply to become a Certified Industrial Ergonomic Evaluator by obtaining a CIEE Certification

Additional Course Content

  • Introduction to Ergonomics

    • What is ergonomics, anthropometrics, and ergonomic cost benefit analysis
    • Identify risk factors and implement controls and job modification techniques
    • How to implement an ergonomic injury prevention program in any company
    • Hands-on job demands analysis and job safety analysis
  • Low Back Ergonomics

    • Evidence-based research on low back ergonomics
    • Manual material handling tools, techniques, and controls
    • Does lifting technique matter?
    • Push, pull, carry, sitting, standing, and lower extremity ergonomics
    • Hands-on use of OSHA checklists, REBA, ACGIH-TLV for lifting, Liberty Mutual tables, Washington State lift calculator, and NIOSH lifting guidelines
  • Upper Extremity Ergonomics

    • Evidence-based research on common UE disorders
    • Hands-on experience using vibration measurements, ACGIH-TLV for hand, RULA, strain index, and Washington State checklist
    • Job modification techniques for UE ergonomic risk

Who Should Attend

  • Physical Therapists
  • Physical Therapist Assistants
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Occupational Therapist Assistants
  • Athletic Trainers
  • Exercise Physiologists
  • Chiropractors
  • Medical Doctors
  • Kinesiologists
  • Physicians
  • Allied Health Professionals
  • Safety & Health Professionals

Education Level

  • Introductory
  • No prerequisites required
  • 15:1student to instructor ratio

Domain/Contact Hours/CEUs

  • Category 2: OT Process – Prevention
  • 21.5 hours (3 days)
  • 2.1 AOTA CEUs

Course Completion

  • Participation in the full three days of training
  • Successful completion of a 20 question multiple choice quiz on day one
  • Successful completion of a case study on day two and day three
  • Completion of course quiz with a score of 80% or better in all course formats

Course Schedule

Day One:

  • Review evidence-based ergonomic standards, techniques, and methodologies
  • Discuss the use of anthropometrics, anthropometric approaches, and design principles
  • Identification of risk factors (physical, environmental, psycho-physical and psycho-social)
  • Overview of engineering controls, administrative controls, work practice, training, and medical management
  • Perform a job demands analysis and job safety analysis through video

Day Two:

  • Learn and identify evidence-based low back ergonomic risk and risk reduction techniques
  • Discuss risk factors and controls associated with push/pull/carry and sitting/standing
  • Perform multiple hands-on lower back/material handling ergonomic assessments including:
    • OSHA checklist
    • Liberty Mutual lift/carry/push/pull
    • Washington State lift calculator
    • ACGIH TLV for lifting
    • NIOSH Lift

Day Three:

  • Identify evidence-based upper extremity risk and risk reduction techniques
  • Hands-on use of multiple upper extremity assessment tools including:
    • RULA
    • REBA
    • Washington State checklist
    • Vibration
    • ACGIH TLV for hands
    • Strain index

Course Instructor

Course Approval

Approved Provider of Continuing Education Board of Certification for the Athletic Trainer

We are an approved provider of continuing education by the American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc. The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA. Approved provider status demonstrates our commitment to meeting established AOTA criteria and guidelines for the development and delivery of quality education activities. Organizations that are AOTA Approved Providers have demonstrated a strong commitment in meeting the needs of occupational therapists and assistants in regards to ongoing learning and professional development.

We are recognized by the Board of Certification, Inc. to offer training courses to certified athletic trainers. Every course we offer is approved for continuing education units (CEUs) as defined by the BOC for certified athletic trainers. Our BOC approved provider number is P3880.

For your convenience, we have obtained physical therapy approval in many of the 50 states. If your state does not have approval at the time of your course purchase, we will get approval in your state for your chosen course. Please contact us for a full and current list of approved states!

What People Say About Us

The course definitely exceeded my expectations. Jim was excellent, extremely knowledgable, and very helpful.

Diane Barrickman
ATTACHI Physical Therapy

The On Demand course format option allowed me to stop and restart as needed, as well as walk on the treadmill as I learned!

Mary Ann Ceasar, OTR/L
Ergo Process, Inc.

I expected this course to be a dry, textbook, distance learning experience, however, with the actual video feed of the course, I was able to visually learn like I was there! Many of my questions were fulfilled by the video portions.

Stephanie May
Therapeutic Destinations, Inc.

Working full time makes finding time difficult. Being able to complete the course in PJs is wonderful. I LOVE the On Demand course format!

Jason Geml
Divinity Home Care

I am a visual and kinesthetic learner so that was a huge plus. I was able to take some of the assessment tools the next day and evaluate a lifting operation to determine how long an employee could work there safely.

Ryan

I took the Industrial Ergonomic Course a few years back and found it very effective. It provided me with the pros and cons of the industry's commonly accepted assessment tools. The course came various forms and templates. I was able to immediately put what I had learned to use in industrial settings the next week.

Dave Moore
Argent

I enjoyed the ability to ask questions specific to my work situation and getting feedback on how to apply information learned in the course.

Rainene Miller, CMT
Dorn Companies

I learned a lot in this course and it was presented well and easy to understand.

Alisha Takahashi, PT, DPT
Spectrum Physical Therapy

This course had very relevant info to be practiced for skilled utilization. The quantitative data was great!

Natasha Sexius
The Occupational Therapy Sanctuary

I would recommend the Industrial Ergonomic Evaluator Certification Course. I found the information from the course applicable to a variety of settings: office and industrial. I came away with evidence-based assessment tools that I can use in my practice!

Stephanie McClellan, OTR/L
Buena Vista Regional Medical Center

I participated in the Industrial Ergonomics Evaluator Course. Jim was great! He made ergonomics come alive with video. We applied our new skills right away, in the classroom. It was one of the best courses I have taken.

Charlene Stafford, PT
Accelerated Rehabilitation Centers

I could tell that Jim is an expert in this field. Him and his staff are very approachable and responsive to any questions or concerns and seem to always go above and beyond in helping us. Great company to work with!

Jean Dutton, MS, LAT
Mile Bluff Medical Center
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