lifting task

lifting task

[′lift·iŋ ‚task]
(industrial engineering)
A task that involves application of a moment to the vertebral column of the worker.
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Participants were also briefed on the Ratings of Perceived Exertion (RPE) scale and then provided an opportunity to familiarize themselves with the experimental lifting task.
It is always important to understand the requirements of the lifting task and the environment where it is planned that the crane will operate, to provide the best lifting equipment for the site.
12,19,20,31,32) These tasks included a repetitive box lifting task and an endurance-based, load bearing task.
Results: Sternal skin stress during each lifting task was significantly different from all others (p < 0.
The lifting task of some vessels took around 15 hours and the length of most of them varied between 60-85 feet," Saifaie added.
2006) The effects of breath control on maximum force and IAP during a maximum isometric lifting task.
Each lifting task requires both careful logistical planning and the use of reliable, specialist equipment.
In brief, these bills (identical at the present time) require OSHA to establish a safe patient handling standard, require health care facilities to establish safe patient handling programs, and allow health care workers to refuse to perform any lifting task which exceeds the standards or for which they have not been trained.
Since it is built to meet all modern crane specifications, it can be used effectively and safely for any wee lifting task, whether on a pipeline project, unloading trucks, setting shoring and retaining walls, or simply at the contractor's yard handling machinery, heavy attachments or any other type of lifting chore.
But hopefully they might be able to send divers down to get the boys before they attempt a complete lifting task.
The fact is that even a seemingly simple and straightforward lifting task can result in injury and years of pain and time off work.
Furthermore, we provide assistance in selection of the right size cranes to suit a particular lifting task and associated documentation to validate the selection.