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Stitch World June, 2015

Maintaining Health at Workplace through Ergonomic Interventions

Apparel manufacturing is labour-intensive and requires a significant amount of repetitive work; the need now is to have skilled workers so as to do these operations faster (without frequent breaks), precisely and with high precision. Due to the repetitive and quick action, researches have shown that sewing machine operators have substantially higher risk of muscle pain and injury than workers in other jobs and the frequency of neck and shoulder injuries increases with years of employment. Ergonomics has not been given due attention as far as apparel manufacturing is concerned, especially in countries like India, Bangladesh and Pakistan. In this edition of the series on IE, Manoj Tiwari,…

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