The Bottom Line: How Effective is Job Rotation on Preventing MSDS?
Humantech ergonomist Blake McGowan shares the findings of two systematic reviews that examined the impact job rotation has on musculoskeletal injuries in this month’s video.
The results of the first ever randomized control trial found that job rotation:
- was ineffective at reducing physical workload.
- did not reduce the signs and symptoms of musculoskeletal disorders.
- did not reduce pain.
- did not reduce lost working hours due to injury.
References: Comper MLC, Dennerlein JT, Evangelista GDS, Rodrigues da Silva P, Padula RS. (2017). Effectiveness of job rotation for preventing work-related musculoskeletal diseases: a cluster randomised controlled trial. Occup Environ Med. 2017 Aug;74(8):543-544.
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