New Handbook FREMAP on Musculoskeletal Disorder Prevention of work origin in the superior limbs
Musculoskeletal disorders (TME) constitute the health problem of work origin more frequent in the European Union and in the rest of industrialised nations and one of the first causes of temporary disability.
Although MSDs can be suffered by any body part, the most common areas are the back, neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, and hands.
This manual outlines the main risk factors and injuries to the upper limbs, as well as their respective preventive measures, with special emphasis on the design and redesign of workplaces.
From FREMAP's Prevention Department, we sincerely hope that this guidebook will spark your interest and help prevent musculoskeletal disorders.
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