The Ergonomics Job Improvement Process: Four Steps to a Better Workplace

Learn the four key steps to successfully managing the tactical elements of your ergonomics process.


Workplace ergonomics, or improving the fit of the workplace to the worker, is about change—change to workstation layout, equipment, tooling, manual handling, and information flow. Through our many years of experience helping Fortune 1000 companies implement these changes, we’ve seen that improvements are best managed and tracked following a continuous improvement process. In other words, ergonomics is a “process”, not a “program”. This complimentary e-book shares the key steps you can take to make tactical changes that continuously improve the workplace.

This e-book will help you:

  • Find where exposures to MSD risk factors exist
  • Prioritize jobs that need improvement
  • Understand what changes will reduce risk
  • Learn the importance of follow-up assessments
  • Take measures to sustain the process

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The Ergonomics Job Improvement Process: Four Steps to a Better Workplace

Learn the four key steps to successfully managing the tactical elements of your ergonomics process.


Workplace ergonomics, or improving the fit of the workplace to the worker, is about change—change to workstation layout, equipment, tooling, manual handling, and information flow. Through our many years of experience helping Fortune 1000 companies implement these changes, we’ve seen that improvements are best managed and tracked following a continuous improvement process. In other words, ergonomics is a “process”, not a “program”. This complimentary e-book shares the key steps you can take to make tactical changes that continuously improve the workplace.

This e-book will help you:

  • Find where exposures to MSD risk factors exist
  • Prioritize jobs that need improvement
  • Understand what changes will reduce risk
  • Learn the importance of follow-up assessments
  • Take measures to sustain the process

The Ergonomics Job Improvement Process: Four Steps to a Better Workplace