Overview & Objectives
The California Repetitive Motion Injuries Awareness online course from Exceed Safety is designed to create awareness of repetitive motion injuries (RMI) and how they occur in a variety of workplaces. Because there are a number of different causes of RMIs, the California Repetitive Motion Injuries Awareness training teaches the importance of causes and identification, risk factors, strategies for RMI reduction, steps to consider when experiencing possible RMI symptoms and the general requirements of Cal/OSHA’s RMI regulation.
Participants of the California Repetitive Motion Injuries Awareness training can expect to learn the warning signs and risk factors of RMIs, as well as important steps to minimize risks of RMIs in a variety of workplaces.
Exceed Safety’s California Repetitive Motion Injuries Awareness course is an interactive online training that aids participants in identifying activities that may cause RMIs. Specific course topics include the following:
- Information about the symptoms and causes of repetitive motion injuries (RMIs)
- Explanations of some of the risk factors for RMIs
- Easy-to-understand descriptions of actions you can take to protect yourself from getting RMIs at work and at home
- Practical tips to put your learning into context
- Knowledge checks throughout to measure your understanding
- Links to additional OSHA and industry resources
Who Is This Course For?
The California Repetitive Motion Injuries Awareness course is ideal for participants of all employment levels within many employment sectors. Participants from the following industries may specifically benefit from this training:
- Warehousing & Distribution
If you have any concerns as to whether this course is appropriate for you or your industry, call Exceed Safety at (919) 728-SAFE (7233) or Contact Us online.
Features & Benefits
Exceed Safety’s California Repetitive Motion Injuries Awareness training is an interactive online training offering introductory-level knowledge regarding RMIs. This course is designed to be completed in about 30 minutes at the individual’s own pace. Upon successful completion of this course, individuals can expect to:
- Explain what repetitive motion injuries are
- Identify the symptoms of an RMI
- State the causes of RMIs
- List the risk factors for RMIs
- Describe ergonomic strategies for reducing RMIs
- Discuss what to do if you experience possible RMI symptoms
- Describe the general requirements of Cal/OSHA’s RMI regulation as specified in §5110 of Title 8, California Code of Regulations (General Industry Safety Orders)
In Person Training
Our in-person training is taught by our most skilled and experienced instructors. Participants can expect to be engaged with the material being taught. We strive to make our in-person classes dynamic by incorporating meaningful activities that allow peer-to-peer discussion and collaboration, hands-on learning, and real-life examples. Because our instructors are so experienced, they are able to answer most questions quickly and in-depth. Some of our classes are available via Zoom (just call us for more information) and can be combined with virtual-blended learning.