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    Oregon OSHA releases calculator for safe lifting

    January 9, 2013

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    Salem, OR – Before employees start picking up boxes, they may want to determine the safe weight limit for the task.

    Oregon OSHA released on Dec. 26 a lift calculator app that factors in reaching, twisting, the number of lifts and the duration of lifting to calculate the maximum weight for an object.

    The app is available for free online and for Android phone users.

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