Prevention of work-induced damage of spine
Examining feasability of limit values for lifting and carrying loads
Strain quantification results are strongly dependent on the model applied, values derived from different models are not comparable; Pangert and Hartung models cannot in principle take account of dynamic strains; data regarding posture and load are alone insufficient for strain analysis; because the strain limit values are always dependent on the model applied, the point of establishing general limit values must be questioned; strain analysis requires in principle a threedimensional model which takes account of the dynamics.
food industryType of hazard:
handling of loadsCatchwords:
Heben und Tragen von Lasten, Beanspruchung, MessverfahrenDescription, key words:
The spinal strain values derived from different calculation models are not comparable, it is therefore not possible to determine limit values directly.