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Research Article

Psychosocial and Ergonomic Conditions at Work: Influence on the Probability of a Workplace Accident

Table 3

Options Q-28 7th NSWC.

1Adopting painful and tiring postures (any part of the body: shoulder, head, arms, hands, etc.)
2Standing up without walking
3Seated without standing up
4Lifting or moving heavy weights
5Lifting or moving people
6Applying significant force
7Repeating the same movements of hands and/or arms
8Little space available to work comfortably
9Having to reach out for tools, work-related items, or objects placed at very high or very low levels or that means stretching out an arm
10Inappropriate lighting for the job that is done (scarce, excessive, with irritating reflections, etc.)
11Working on unstable or irregular surfaces

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