A COMFORTABLE ERGONOMIC DESIGN
*Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs)* are injuries and disorders of the
muscles, nerves, tendons, ligaments, joints, cartilage and spinal discs.

Exposure to physical work activities and conditions that involve risk     
factors may cause or contribute to MSDs.
NEWS
PREVENT
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WORK-RELATED
MUSCULOSKELETAL
DISORDER
(MSDs)*
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What Are 4 Terms
Commonly Used For   
“Ergonomic” Injuries?
•        Cumulative trauma disorders (CTDs). Injuries
involving strain which develop, or build up over time.
•        Repetitive strain injuries (RSIs). Injuries
affecting muscles, nerves and tendons by repetitive
movement and overuse. The condition mostly
affects the upper body.
•        
Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). Injuries
and disorders to soft body tissues including
muscles, nerves, tendons, ligaments, joints,
cartilage, and spinal discs.
•        Repetitive motion injuries (RMIs). An injury to
the body that is caused by performing the same
motion over and over again thereby straining a
body part.
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