OWAS Checklist(repetitive motions).
This is a tool derived from the OCRA method, developed by the same authors.
The application of the OCRA method is arduous. With the abbreviated method, OCRA Check List, a basic result can be obtained of the risk assessment due to repetitive motions of the upper limbs. There is a high correlation between the results obtained by the two methods, and it is very useful and practical as it is quick and simple to apply.
The different risk levels are scored by means of a check-list, and the OCRA Check List Index is obtained based on the values of the score of each value, thus being able to classify the risk as Optimal, Acceptable, Very Light , Light, Medium or High.