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Vertically Integrated Participatory Ergonomics Resources (VIPER) for Prevention of Musculoskeletal Disorders in Grocery Workers and Grocery Warehouse Employees

Eastern Washington University, Department of Physical Therapy

Project Summary

Implement a comprehensive participatory ergonomics program for grocery store workers.  Move the participatory ergonomics approach vertically to workers in a warehouse that supplies the grocery stores.  Will include awareness training for all workers within a store and post-training educational outreach.

Amount Awarded: $188,610

Final Report (918 KB PDF)


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