Three Ways to Establish a Strong Foundation for Your Ergonomics Process

Learn the second step to establishing an effective process for eliminating the risk of MSD injuries at your company.


Know where you are headed.

Once you understand the holes in your process, it is necessary to tackle the next step, which includes establishing common goals, defining roles, and setting performance expectations in a way that fits your unique operational footprint.

Our complimentary e-book is the second in a five-part series that focuses on how companies can build and sustain a successful, world-class ergonomics process or, as we like to say, “do ergonomics right.” It covers step two of the Humantech Ergonomics Management Process, Foundation.

This e-book will help you answer such questions as:

  • What types of documents do we need?
  • Which metrics will help us achieve our goals?
  • Who should be involved and to what extent?

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Three Ways to Establish a Strong Foundation for Your Ergonomics Process

Learn the second step to establishing an effective process for eliminating the risk of MSD injuries at your company.

Three Ways to Establish a Strong Foundation for Your Ergonomics Process

Know where you are headed.

Once you understand the holes in your process, it is necessary to tackle the next step, which includes establishing common goals, defining roles, and setting performance expectations in a way that fits your unique operational footprint.

Our complimentary e-book is the second in a five-part series that focuses on how companies can build and sustain a successful, world-class ergonomics process or, as we like to say, “do ergonomics right.” It covers step two of the Humantech Ergonomics Management Process, Foundation.

This e-book will help you answer such questions as:

  • What types of documents do we need?
  • Which metrics will help us achieve our goals?
  • Who should be involved and to what extent?