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ERGONOMIC PROGRAM TO IMPROVE WORK PRODUCTIVITY AND QUALITY OF LIFE – Pasti Jalan

ERGONOMIC PROGRAM TO IMPROVE WORK PRODUCTIVITY AND QUALITY OF LIFE :  BEST PRACTISE AND CASE STUDY

Yogyakarta | 06 – 07 Juli 2015 | Rp. 4.900.000 Per Peserta
Semarang / Solo | 06 – 07 Juli 2015 | Rp. 5.900.000 Per Peserta
Bandung / Jakarta / Surabaya | 06 – 07 Juli 2015 | Rp. 6.900.000 Per Peserta
Bali / Batam /Balikpapan / Manado / Lombok | 06 – 07 Juli 2015 | Rp. 7.900.000 Per Peserta
Yogyakarta | 13 – 14 Juli 2015 | Rp. 4.900.000 Per Peserta
Semarang / Solo | 13 – 14 Juli 2015 | Rp. 5.900.000 Per Peserta
Bandung / Jakarta / Surabaya | 13 – 14 Juli 2015 | Rp. 6.900.000 Per Peserta
Bali / Batam /Balikpapan / Manado / Lombok | 13 – 14 Juli 2015 | Rp. 7.900.000 Per Peserta

Hotel Santika, Bali | 10 – 11 Agustus 2015 | Rp. 7.900.000 Per Peserta – PASTI JALAN

Jadwal Training 2015 Selanjutnya …




Description

Many industries (from small to large) are totally committed to providing a safe and health workplace. They are also committed to ensuring that the highest level of productivity and quality is achieved by its employees and for its customers respectively. Implementation of a successful plant-wide ergonomics program will play a key role in achieving these goals. The main goal of ergonomics is to reduce the risk of  injuries by matching demands of the job to the abilities of the employee through the proper design of workstations, tools, environment, work schedules, policies and procedures.Most injuries happen in workplace included Overexertion and musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) that involve strains and sprains of muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints or nerves. These usually occur over time due to repeated exposure to certain risk factors. This  training program aims to  identify  work activities that can lead to injury and how to reduce risk of injury, also to  identify the most effective ways to improve your employees’ work environments and implement ergonomic solutions.



Objective

By the end of this training, the participant will be able to

  • Understand  the ergonomics and its benefits in workplace
  • Identify work activities that can lead to injury
  • Identify the list of action  to reduce risk of injury
  • Identify parts of the body that get injured at work
  • Recognize and report signs and symptoms of injury early



Outline

1. Scope of ergonomic at work and its benefits: Best practice  from  many industries

2. Identify work activities that can lead to injury

  •       What is Work-related Musculo Skeletal Disorders (WMSDs)?
  •       How to identify WMSDs?

3. Identify  some of the symptoms of WMSDs?

  •       Discomfort
  •       Pain
  •       Numbness
  •       Burning
  •       Swelling
  •       Change in color
  •       Tingling
  •       Tightness, loss of flexibility

4. What Causes WMSDs?

  •       Awkward Postures
  •       High Hand Force
  •       Repetitive Motions
  •       Repeated Impacts
  •       Heavy, Frequent, or Awkward Lifting
  •       Moderate to High Hand-Arm Vibration

5. Risk Factors

  •        Duration      (how long you are exposed to it)
  •        Frequency  (how often you are exposed to it and how much rest you get in between)
  •        Intensity      (how much of the risk factor there is)
  •        Combinations of risk factors, where you are exposed to more than one risk factor at a time.
  •       The more risk factors you have at once, the more likely an injury will occur.

6. List of action  of ergonomic principles that reduce risk of injury

  •       Reducing Awkward Postures
  •       Reducing High Hand Force
  •       Reducing Repetitive Motions
  •       Reducing Repeated Impacts
  •       Reducing Heavy, Frequent, or Awkward Lifting
  •       Reducing Moderate to High Hand-Arm Vibration

7. What you can do:

  •       Symptom recognition and reporting
  •       Report symptoms if:
  • Pain is persistent, severe or worsening
  • Pain radiates
  • Symptoms include numbness or tingling
  •       Reporting Procedures



Method

Presentasion, practice and  case study



Participant

Suitable for All staff


Waktu & Tempat

Tempat (Tentative):

  • Hotel Santika Kuta, Bali
  • Hotel Nagoya Plaza, Batam
  •  Hotel Fave, Balikpapan
  • Hotel Aston, Manado
  • The Santosa Villas and Resort, Lombok
  • Hotel Gino Ferucci, Bandung
  •  Hotel Santika Pandegiling, Surabaya
  • Hotel Fave Pasar baru Jakarta, Jakarta
  • Hotel Ibis Solo
  • Hotel Ibis Simpang Lima, Semarang
  • Hotel Ibis Malioboro, Yogyakarta

 

 

Jadwal Training 2015

  • 29 – 30 Juni 2015
  • 06 – 07 Juli 2015
  • 13 – 14 Juli 2015
  • 27 – 28 Juli 2015
  • 03 – 04 Agustus 2015
  • 10 – 11 Agustus 2015
  • 18 – 19 Agustus 2015
  • 24 – 25 Agustus 2015
  • 31 Agustus – 1 September2015
  • 07 – 08 September 2015
  • 14 – 15 September 2015
  • 21 – 22 September 2015
  • 28 – 29 September 2015
  • 05 – 06 Oktober 2015
  • 12 – 13 Oktober 2015
  • 19 – 20 Oktober 2015
  • 26 – 27 Oktober 2015
  • 02 – 03 November 2015
  • 09 – 10 November 2015
  • 16 – 17 November 2015
  • 23 – 24 November 2015
  • 30 November – 1 Desember 2015
  • 07 – 08 Desember 2015
  • 14 – 15 Desember 2015
    21 – 22 Desember 2015
  • 28 – 29 Desember 2015

 

Investasi dan Fasilitas

  • Rp.7.900.000 (Non Residential) untuk lokasi di Bali, Batam, Balikpapan, Manaado atau Lombok
  • Rp. 6.900.000 (Non Residential) untuk lokasi di Bandung, Jakarta atau Surabaya
  • Rp 5.900.000 (Non Residential) untuk Lokasi Solo atau Semarang
  • Rp. 4.900.000 (Non Residential) untuk lokasi di Yogyakarta
  • Quota minimum 3 peserta ( Untuk Manado, Balikpapan dan Lombok Quota minimal 4 peserta)
  • Fasilitas : Certificate,Training kits, USB, Lunch, Coffee Break, Souvenir

 

Lead Instruktur

DR. IR. Hari Purnomo,MT

xpert ,Trainer dan consultant of Ergonomic at workplace, Doctoral degree from ITS Surabaya

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