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From Ergonomics Plus
The Ultimate Guide to Workplace Ergonomics
The Ergonomics Advantage
This article from HR BLR contends that there are additional benefits of ergonomics beyond reducing musculoskeletal injuries and disorders. Ergonomics also impacts production and quality. Improvements in these two high-impact areas will most definitely help you make the case for an ergonomics process at your facility.
Using a simpler approach to ergonomics and stressing design that fits actual workers can reduce costs and result in a safer, more productive workplace.
Workplace Athlete Health
Back Injury Prevention
“It is probably fair to say that every worker who lifts or does other manual handling tasks is at some risk for musculoskeletal injury. Low back injury is the most likely kind of injury. Organizations can reduce the number and the severity of manual handling-related injuries by using safe work practices.”
Struggling with Sprains and Strains?
See our case study on a client that lowered sprains/strains by 80% in just two years. A prevention-focused mindset, along with a belief that injuries aren’t a necessary cost of doing business, is a catalyst for a successful partnership that is driving world class health & safety results.
Visualizing Excellence in Safety
“Strategy is a framework of choices, tradeoffs and small bets an organization makes to determine how to capture and deliver value and win. Driven first by hypothesis, then validated by data, there are two sides to this framework: injury/incident prevention and culture. A comprehensive strategic framework will include the following elements in a flow-down model, as outlined in the figure below.”