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Guidelines
forRetail
Grocery
Stores
OSHA 3192-05N
2004

U.S. Department of Labor

Ergonomics
for the Preventionof

Musculoskeletal Disorders

www.osha.gov

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Guidelines for Retail Grocery Stores 1

U.S. Department of Labor

Elaine L. Chao, Secretary

Occupational Safety and Health Administration

John L. Henshaw, Assistant Secretary

OSHA 3192-06N

2004

Guidelines for Retail Grocery Stores

Ergonomics for the Prevention
of Musculoskeletal Disorders

U.S. Department of Labor

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References

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(2) Clarke, Cynthia M., “Workplace injuries
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(3) Fall 2003 Liberty Mutual Workplace Safety
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(4) Food Marketing Institute. 1995. Working
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(5) E-mail from Supervalu Supermarkets, Inc.
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(6) National Institute for Occupational Safety
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National Institute for Occupational Safety and
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(8) Ryan, G. Anthony, “The prevalence of
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(9) Cohen, A., C. Gjessing, L. Fine, B.
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(10) Menzel, N. 1994. Workers’ Comp
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(13) Allen, E. 1998. “Keeping grocery
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(14) Grocery Manufacturers of America, Food
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the U.S. Grocery Industry. 1999.

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