Ewwww! I don’t like that metaphor either. But gore aside, workers often find the “best way” to do a task. And ergonomists are sometimes asked to evaluate alternative methods. How do we do this? We use objective analysis tools to compare methods. Some ergonomists use motion capture tools, which evaluate how much time is spent […]
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When you hear about someone who was hurt doing something silly, be sure to ask why....over and over until you find the real reason.
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This article shows how best practice studies can build the basis for hazard-specific ergonomics training.
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