received ergonomics information. Number of jobs analyzed. Number of jobs awaiting analysis. Number of Employee(s) interviewed for job analyses and remaining to be interviewed. Number of symptom surveys conducted. Number of jobs controlled. Severity rate of WMSDs. Symptom survey results. Annual medical costs for WMSDs. Average medical costs per WMSD. Annual workers' compensation costs. Average workers' compensation costs per WMSD.
Examples of Activity Measures (cont.) Examples of Outcome Measures (cont.)
Number of job changes made. Number of Employee(s) trained and waiting to be trained. Number of worker hours devoted to the ergonomics program. Annual expenditures on program and controls.

Element 7: Records:

Written records of the program will be maintained if:

There is more than one worksite or establishment in which this job is performed by Employee(s); OR
The job involves more than one level of supervision; OR
The job involves shift work.

Records and Retention Requirements: The following table lists the required records and retention periods

Required Records Retention Period
Employee reports and company responses 3 years
Results of job hazard analysis Plans for controlling WMSD hazards Evaluations of program and controls 3 years or until replaced by updated record
Medical Management records The duration of the injured employee's employment plus 3 years