Riesgo biomecánico en operarios y personal administrativo en una empresa del sector energético en Colombia
Zipaquirá Vargas, Angel Alexander
The study found the prevalence of the musculoskeletal symptoms and the biomechanic risk in the operator staff and the administrative staff in an energy company in Colombia. A transversal study is presented in 160 workers. Measures of central tendency and dispersión were used. And the association were proved with Chi Pearson’s square with a signification level of 0.05. Associations were found: : genre and presence of low-backpain (value p 0.013), education level and pain in the neck, shoulders and back dorsal (p 0.043), seniority in the position with presence of symptoms In the neck, shoulders and back dorsal (p 0.030), knees (p 0,003) and foot (p 0.007). The population shows high prevalence of pain in neck, shoulders, dorsal and lower-back, hands and wrist .this prevalence increases in the workers whose permanence on their position is between 3 and 12 years.