Macroergonomics is Better Economics – an Interview with the late Hal Hendrick

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Driver Distraction: Glance Patterns and Durations, More Research Needed

In this study, researchers Liang (Liberty Mutual Institute for Safety), Lee (U of Wisconsin) and Yekhshatyan (U of Iowa) compared 24 algorithms intended to estimate driver distraction and predict c [...]

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Absenteeism/Presenteeism Alone Provides a Business Case for an Ergonomics Program

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Update: All About Keyboard Tray

Oops, Update: All About Keyboard Tray, has moved to: https://ergobuyer.com/blog/all-about-keyboard-trays/ [...]

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Sit vs. Stand: Who Benefits from Sit-to-Stand Workstations?

Oops -- this article, Sit vs. Stand: Who Benefits from Sit-to-Stand Workstations?, has moved to: https://ergobuyer.com/blog/sit-vs-stand-who-benefits-from-sittostand-workstations/ [...]

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Checklists Improving Outcomes for ICU and Surgical Patients

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All About Keyboard Trays

  This article has been improved and updated. Read the latest version at https://ergoweb.com/news/detail.cfm?id=2642. This article originally appeared in The Ergonomics Report™ [...]

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Innovative Wound Care Device Wins the IEHF Ergonomics Design Award

Ease of use and patient satisfaction were just two of the factors that resulted in the V.A.C.Via™ Negative Pressure Wound Therapy System winning the 2012 Ergonomics Design Award (EDA). Th [...]

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Functional Movement Screening (FMS) Not Predictive of MSDs in Military Study

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Research: Prevalence of Low Back Pain in School Children

Researchers Fiona C. Trevelyan & Stephen J. Legg set out to investigate low-back pain in New Zealand school aged children between the ages of 11 and 14 years. Their results may come a [...]

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