OHSCOOccupational Health and Safety Council of Ontario (Canada)
OHSCOOswald Hoffmann School of Christian Outreach (Concordia University, St. Paul, MN)
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All tasks require workers to use their muscles to exert some level of force, however, when a task requires them to exert a level that is too high for a particular muscle, it can damage the muscle or related tendons or joints and/or other soft tissue (OHSCO, 2007).
This can occur even if the level of force is low and the work postures are not awkward (OHSCO, 2007).
(2.) Occupational Health and Safety Council of Ontario (OHSCO).