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Calculating Return on Investment Ergonomic Interventions

Calculating Return on Investment Ergonomic Interventions

By Johnathan Puleio, CPE & Jenny Zhao, AEP, wwww.humanscale.com

Most people understand ergonomic workplace solutions in the prevention or rehabilitation of workplace injury. But few understand the economic value that a correctly resourced and set up ergonomic workstation will provide.
This paper by Puleio and Zhao and published by Humanscale clear sets out how to calculate the ROI, and the associated benefits, as well as showing several case study examples. 
A must read for healthcare practitioners, students, Purchasing Managers, OH & S Consultants, Managers Or anyone involved with Ergonomics or Purchasing.

Human Factors and Ergonomics Society  - Call for Abstracts

Human Factors and Ergonomics Society - Call for Abstracts

The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia (HFESA) is holding its annual conference in Perth In November, and are seeking submissions of abstracts from researchers, practitioners, students or others associated with the industry, to showcase their word and findings.

This years conference theme is "The Many Faces of Human Factors and Ergonomics" and are interested in new specific approaches or technologies across a variety of workspaces or environments. If you are interested in submitting your work, click the link to learn more...

All you need to know about ergonomic mice

All you need to know about ergonomic mice

Although there are many types and features to an ergonomic mouse, in its most common form an ergonomic mouse keeps your arm in a more natural position and limits the rotation of the wrist and forearm. Being a more natural position takes the stress off parts of the arm involved in the rotation.
Monitor Arms

Monitor Arms

If you’re thinking about monitor arms to help improve your ergonomic set up, take the time to consider what it is you really need.

Rollin On

Rollin On

Most people think that a chair castor (wheel) is not important and they are all the same - not so.
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