The purpose of this program is to minimize ergonomic hazards and repetitive motion injuries (RMIs) at Santa Clara University (SCU) in compliance with California Code of Regulations, Title 8, Section 5110. This program includes:
- Ergonomics training for employees
- Identifying, treating, and tracking work-related repetitive motion injuries
- Providing worksite evaluations of jobs that have caused repetitive motion injuries Modifying worksites that have caused repetitive motion injuries
A self assessment of your personal workstation is the first step in preventing an ergonomic work place injury. This checklist should be filled out whenever your workstation is significantly changed. Fill out the checklist to determine if you are in-need of an ergonomic evaluation. »Info
If you have conducted the Computer Workstation Self Assessment Checklist and still did not resolve your issues, you can request an ergonomic assessment. An ergonomic specialist will come to your workstation to evaluate how to best reduce the risk of repetitive motion injuries. EHS and Facilities will assist you with the purchase and installation of any required equipment.
Submit a Workstation Evaluation Request to: Sean Collins, 408.554.5078 or » Email