About The Ergonomics Center of North Carolina

The Ergonomics Center of North Carolina is housed in the Edward P. Fitts Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at North Carolina State University. Founded in 1994, the Center was created to make workplaces safer, more productive, and more competitive by providing practical, cost-effective ways to reduce or eliminate back injuries and other musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). The Center provides occupational ergonomics consulting, training programs and research for companies worldwide to enhance their ergonomics efforts.


2016 Workshop ScheduleListing of workshops held in Raleigh, NCDownload
Center BrochureThe Ergonomics Center brochure listing our services and a list of clients.Download
Ergonomics Cultural Maturity Model BrochureThe Ergonomics Cultural Maturity Model (ECMM) assist companies achieve excellence in ergonomics and safety. Working with our team of experienced ergonomists, a company will build a world-class ergonomics program.Download
Ergonomics Research Capabilities BrochureThe Ergonomics Center has the capabilities to conduct applied research using the resources of North Carolina State University's Industrial and Systems Engineering Ergonomics Lab and the College of Industrial Design Lab.Download
Industrail Ergonomics Process Workshop (IEPW)This comprehensive workshop guides participants through each facet of the cyclic ergonomics process from basic ergonomics principles through control development and workstation design guidelines. Download
New edgar Version 3.0edgar is an intuitive, online suite of ergonomics assessment tools that provides a user-friendly interface to assist companies in analyzing their jobs.Download

Contact Us

3701 Neil Street
Raleigh, NC 27607

Stephen McNierney, Director of Marketing
Phone: 919-515-2052
Fax: 919-515-8156

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  • Safety Equipment & Ergonomics

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