Ergonomic Assist Systems and Equipment (EASE) is the resource for trends, information, practices, equipment, and organizations that focus on ergonomics and improving the working interface between people and the materials they must move and use to reduce injury, increase productivity while providing a significant return on investment.
Ergonomic equipment promotes the general safety and health aspects of work environments for people with or in the vicinity of mechanical equipment. Such equipment includes Adjustable Worker Elevation Platforms, Balancers, Containers Tilters, Lift Tables, Manipulators, Pallet Rotators, Stackers, Vacuum Assist Devices, platform trucks, carts, flooring technologies, Workstation Cranes and Intelligent Assist Devices.
EASE members meet regularly to review, discuss and revise the standards for the mechanical, structural and electrical design of ergonomic equipment, and to formulate guidelines for the proper use, operation and maintenance of that equipment.
EASE Programs Include:
The mission of the Ergonomic Assist Systems and Equipment (“Council”) is to broadly promote the benefits of ergonomic assist systems and equipment together with the advantages derived from, and the considerations for, the use of this equipment in the workplace. It is also the mission of the Council to promote the general safety and health aspects of work environments for people with or in the vicinity of mechanical equipment.
|Want to keep your employees safe, healthy & productive?|
Download the EASE brochure.
|Ergonomic Guidelines for Manual Material Handling|
This booklet will help you to recognize high-risk manual material handling work tasks and choose effective options for reducing their physical demands including:
|Workshop Event Results|
Manual Materials Handling Workshop: Business-to-Business
|Application Guidelines for Ergonomic Assist and Safety Equipment|
The May-June 2014 edition of Industrial Lift and Hoist Magazine has a feature article regarding how ergonomic equipment maximizes productivity and reduces fatigue.
|An Ergonomic "Win-Win" for Material Handling|
Making the right improvements in manual material handling can reduce ergonomic injuries and benefit production efficiency.
|Lightening the Load
Innovations in material handling are saving retailers real time and money. Read more in this compelling article.
|Event||Start Date||End Date||Sponsor||Location|
|Humantech's Applied Industrial Ergonomics||9/23/2014||9/24/2014||Various
|Humantech's Managing an Ergonomics Process||9/25/2014||9/25/2014||Various
|IIE's Three Day Ergo Workshop||9/29/2014||10/1/2014||Institute of Industrial Engineers
|Humantech's Applied Industrial Ergonomics||10/4/2014||10/5/2014||Various
|Humantech's Advanced Ergonomic Design Workshop||10/6/2014||10/6/2014||Various
|Industrial Ergonomics Process Workshops||10/20/2014||10/23/2014|
|National Ergonomics Conference & Ergo Expo||12/2/2014||12/5/2014||Caesars Palace
Las Vegas, NV
|IIE's Three Day Ergo Workshop||4/13/2015||4/15/2015||Institute of Industrial Engineers
|IIE's Three Day Ergo Workshop||3/29/2016||3/31/2016||Institute of Industrial Engineers
|A Study of Solutions to Ergonomic Challenges in Material Handling|
Sponsored by Ergonomic Assist Systems and Equipment (EASE)
The effects of manual material handling represent the biggest single contributor to worker injury in the United States. Utilizing the right equipment can reduce those incidences. This highly illustrated presentation of numerous case studies offers solutions to common manual handling tasks. Each task, whether in manufacturing, assembly, distribution and warehouse presents major challenges for today’s worker. The equipment solutions offered cover a broad range of technologies each providing advantages.