Techniques for Assessment of Activities and Postures at the Workplace
Which main activities do you have at work? How long time do you work in non-neutral and potential harmful postures? Self-reported assessments of physical demands are mainly too vague, often it is necessary to improve precision. This course presents technical methods for assessment of physical activities and bodily postures, mainly for the use at the workplace. The course will present background of methods, theory, selection of approach and how to use systems as well as interpretation of results. Examples will be given and participants will get experience from hands-on exercises in use of the equipment.
Present background, theory, use and interpretation of results of methods for assessment of activities and postures at work as well as during leisure time.
Give participants impression of practical use of some equipment by hands-on exercises.
The course will be a mixture of lectures, group work and exercises. The exercises will consist of equipment mounting, measurements, down-loading, analyses and interpretation of results.
- Presentation of methods for assessment of physical activities and postures
- Self-reported data contra technical systems
- Methods: Accelerometers and others
- Examples of use / training
- Measurement strategy
- Interpretation of results
August 26th 2019Register
The price of the course consists of two parts:
1) The course fee of EUR 350 and
2) One of the following:
- The day package I fee of EUR 300
- The day package II fee of EUR 80
Day package I
The day package I price is 300 EUR/person. This price includes conference facilities and technical equipment, coffees, lunches, dinner on Tuesday and the social program on Wednesday (guided tour and dinner at Oslo Manor House).
The total price of the course is EUR 650 (course fee EUR 350 + day package fee EUR 300).
We strongly encourage you to take part in the social program, as it is a vital part of the NIVA course experience. We believe in the power of networking and strive to create an inspiring possibility for that through the social program.
Day package II
The day package II price is 80 EUR/person. This price includes conference facilities and technical equipment, coffees and lunches.
The total price of the course is EUR 430 (course fee EUR 350 + day package fee EUR 80).
Kindly note that day package II does not include dinners nor the social program.
NIVA has made a block reservation for the accommodation 7th – 11th of October 2019 at Thon Hotel Gyldenløve, Oslo , Norway.
To book a room from the block kindly make the reservation directly from the hotel through email; email@example.com, using the booking code 26940506 (available until 30.8.2019).
The room price for a single standard room is NOK 1250/night (Approximately EUR 130) including breakfast.
The block reservation will be available until 30th of August 2019 so we recommend you make a reservation as soon as possible.
Cancellations received by August 26th, 2019: full refund
Cancellations received by August 27th, 2019 or later: no refund
The total price of the course will be invoiced after the registration deadline.
The price is subject to minor changes.
Kaj Bo Veiersted
Senior researcher., Dr.med.
Department of Work Psychology and Physiology, Statens arbeidsmiljøinstitutt - National Institute of Occupational Health
In practical matters, please contact:
mobile: +358 40 126 3336
Assessment of physical (mechanical) exposures (activities and postures) by technical systems has been shown to be more precise than self-reported assessment. The measurement possibilities, price, availability, robustness and user-friendliness of technical systems have been improved extensively during recent years. This make it possible to do advanced measurements, not only by…
Assessment of physical (mechanical) exposures (activities and postures) by technical systems has been shown to be more precise than self-reported assessment. The measurement possibilities, price, availability, robustness and user-friendliness of technical systems have been improved extensively during recent years. This make it possible to do advanced measurements, not only by researchers but also practitioners.