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BOS3701 Columbia Southern Unit V Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Assessment

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1. Incidence rate represents the number of injuries and illnesses per __________ fulltime workers. 1,000 5,000 10,000 100,000 2. In the design for a standing operation, the __________ height of a worker is the main reference point because the hands are used mostly in the range between the elbow and hip heights. elbow wrist knuckle hip 3. Which of the following is not one of the main risk factors of WMSDs? Force Speed Repetition Awkward posture 5. Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is a condition whereby the __________ is compressed through the carpal tunnel, which is comprised of eight carpal bones at the wrist. median nerve ulnar nerve radial nerve carpal ligament 6. For delicate work in the design for a standing operation, the work surface should be __________ above the elbow height. 0-50mm (0"-2") 50-100mm (2"-4") 150-250mm (6"-10") 250-300mm (10"-12") 7. When a finger is moved from a fully extended position to a contraction state, the tendon moves about __________ cm. 1 2 5 8 8. In the guidelines for developing an ergonomic program to reduce WMSD in the former OSHA Ergonomics Legislation, for which of the following is training not required? When the job is identified as a hazard Wh ...
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