Navy Ergonomics Risk Assessments
- Ground Electronics [547 KB]
- Hull Repair [434 KB]
- Security [620 KB]
- Biomedical Equipment Repair [1.12 MB]
- Branch Medical Clinic [1.29 MB]
- Dinghy Retrieval and Storage [449 KB]
- Electroplating Shop [322 KB]
- Fire Department [687 KB]
- Heavy Mobile Equipment Service, Mobile Equipment Metal Mechanic, Industrial Equipment Maitenance Mechanic and Industrial Equipment Repair, and Materials Support Areas [1.63 MB]
- Medical Supply Warehouse [1.36 MB]
- Model Fabrication Facility [1.38 MB]
- Recycling Center [296 KB]
- Shipping & Receiving Area [576 KB]
- Advanced Composite Shop, Shipping and Receiving, and Storage Areas Ergonomics Risk Assessment [1.18 MB]
An ergonomic survey was conducted on March 27 and 28, 2000. The results of a JRPD indicated that the Advanced Composite Shop, NIF Storage Areas, and receiving and distribution areas of the Fuel Control Facility were ergonomic problem areas.
- Aircraft Maitenance Ergonomics Risk Assessment [365 KB]
An ergonomic risk assessment was conducted on June 24, 2002. The electronics operation was observed in order to determine sources of ergonomics stress and make recommendations to reduce the risk of WMSDs and improve safety, health and productivity. The major ergonomic risks factors were awkward postures, poor lighting, and contact stress.
- Boat Repair and Recycling Center Ergonomics Risk Assessment [304 KB]
This report summarizes the ergonomic risk assessment of a Boat Repair and Recycling Center conducted in January of 2004. Heavy and repetitive lifting, forceful exertions and heavy lifting, and repetitive motions and awkward postures were identified risk factors.