If the preceding conditions are present, the employer must implement a program designed to minimize RMIs in the workplace. The program must involve:
Worksite evaluations. The employer must evaluate for exposures suspected of causing the reported RMI, including evaluation of each job, process, or operation of identical work activity.
Controlling exposures. Once the employer decides which exposures caused the RMIs, the employer must promptly correct them, or if that is not possible, minimize them. The employer may consider:
• Engineering controls such as workstation redesign, adjustable fixtures, or tool redesign
and employee training; or
• Administrative controls, such as job rotation, work pacing, or work breaks.
Training. California requires employers to identify and take steps to prevent ergonomic injuries, including ...