Managing ergonomics at a site requires a lot of planning, coordination, and communication. An effective ergonomics improvement initiative relies on contributions of people throughout the organization […]
New research reveals that medication errors harm 1.5 million people and kill several thousand each year in the United States. An ergonomic approach to the problem would be to look at human error as a symptom, not the cause.
A recent study compared driving while using a cell phone to drunk driving, a comparison so easily comprehended and so distasteful to most people that its impact was assured. But the dramatic study was only a means to an end.
The world's two-billionth cell phone user was connected up in July. The milestone is a reminder that it is still not clear if the devices are a health menace. Cell phone makers and service carriers say No, but health fears persist.