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October 10, 2019

Leveraging Ergonomic Design Guidelines

Effective ergonomics processes emphasize both improvement and prevention – reducing ergonomics risks in existing operations while ensuring the ergonomics acceptability of new products and equipment.  Ergonomic […]
September 26, 2019

Why Standardize Your Workplace Ergonomics Assessment Tools?

Successful ergonomics improvement programs include at least these 4 steps: Identifying Potential Ergonomics Issues Ergonomics Assessment Tools Controlling Ergonomics Risks Cost Justifying Ergonomic Improvements If your […]
March 8, 2006


Ergoweb's President and CEO, Peter Budnick, Ph.D., CPE, will present "Promoting Ergonomics: Communicating its Value, its Meaning and its Impact to Business" at the Sacramento Roundtable on Tuesday, March 14, 2006.
March 2, 2006

Blackberry Users Breathe Easier, but Not Its Maker

Blackberry maker dodged another bullet on February 24 when a Virginia judge held off on an injunction that could have left millions of United States users of the Canadian-made handheld computer without service.
March 1, 2006

A Call for RSI Legislation in Ontario

With freezing winds whipping their faces, the group, made up of injured workers, trade unionists, occupational health and safety advocates and others, shouted for the Ontario government to stand up, open their ears and listen to the problems of the people.
March 1, 2006

Intangible Risk Factors and the Exploration of Outer Space

The astronauts and cosmonauts who venture to Mars and beyond can expect a bombardment of risk factors. A review of the literature on the preparations for exploring outer space makes it clear that the race to distant parts of the Universe will be won by the agency with the best grasp of a host of intangible endurance factors.