There are several options that could be helpful for the evaulation of repetitive tasks... these are accessible with the Human Advanced License:
Low Back Cumulative Loading Tool: allows you to evaulate the demands on the low back accross an entire workshift, accounting for shift duration and task repetition.
ForceSolver: allows you to evaluate a specific posture, including the effects of task frequency/cycle and task or effort duration. The evaluation considers strength as well as low back demands.
Other analyis options include OWAS, EAWS, NIOSH, a Fatigue Evaluation, RULA, and more.
From the 'Analysis Tools' dialog, check the Fatigue option and make sure 'Simulation' is selected. Then, once you run a simulation, you can open the Report Viewer to see the Fatigue results. Note: this tool evaluates the duration of the simulation, not necessarily the work shift. I suggest having your simulation duration reflect your cycle time. You will get feedback about if the cycle includes enough 'rest' time any effected joints to recover before beginning the cycle again. The assumption is that if there is sufficient recovery time within each 'cycle', fatigue should not occur across the course of a shift. This tool is based on the work of Rohmert et al (1973). You may wish to read this original work, to become familiar with the assumptions and any potential limitations as they may apply to your application.
I am not sure I fully understand the question.
Looking at the static version of the Low Back analysis, the report does contain the Shear, Lateral Shear and Moment data in addition to the Compression information:
If you do not have any load assigned to the model, it is likely that most of these will be close to zero.
If you need acces to the actual numbers for some other post processing
-> You can take a look at the "raw reports".
These are in .xml format and can be located under:
C:\Users\ $USER_NAME$ \AppData\Roaming\Tecnomatix\Reports
If you created a low back analysis you will find e.g. the data below: