Lean Manufacturing and Ergonomics may have different intents and purposes, but through teamwork and cooperative assessments, they can complement each other in making the workplace a more efficient and safer place.
What role do ergonomics play in your home? Here is a checklist to help you be more efficient, and safer in your kitchen.
Reducing the risk of injury in the workplace is a common goal of all who are involved with workplace health and safety. Typically these efforts involve making some sort of change which results in a reduction of an individual’s exposure to known or suspected injury risk factors. This is a good thing, for if you decrease exposure, you decrease risk.
Ergonomics is more than injury prevention; it’s about maintaining employee health and therefore the health of the business.
Stationary work is stressful on our bodies and now a new concept in healthy workstations has emerged.
To ensure the school year is a safe and healthy one, make sure your back pack does double duty supporting both your books and your back!
Tips to ensure pain-free summer gardening