Scientific basis of the OCRA method for risk assessment of biomechanical overload of upper limb, as preferred method in ISO standards on biomechanical risk factors.

@article{Colombini2018ScientificBO,
  title={Scientific basis of the OCRA method for risk assessment of biomechanical overload of upper limb, as preferred method in ISO standards on biomechanical risk factors.},
  author={Daniela Colombini and Enrico Occhipinti},
  journal={Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health},
  year={2018},
  volume={44 4},
  pages={
          436-438
        }
}
We are writing in regards to Armstrong et al`s recent discussion paper (1), which addresses the scientific basis of ISO standards on biomechanical risk factors and more specifically the OCRA methodology. The paper comments on the ISO's working methods, but it will be up to the ISO to respond if it sees fit to do so. As the authors of the OCRA method, we… CONTINUE READING