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Overview of the EASE Council

76) Overview of the EASE Council

This presentation will describe the essential elements of Worker-Centric  Design —  psychology, management, operations engineering, ergonomics, and architecture — and how they work ...

Designing a Worker Centric Facility

81) Designing a Worker Centric Facility

The goal of DC, warehouse and backroom design has long been to meet operational requirements at minimum cost. A natural consequence of this “bottom line” approach has been facilities ...

Ergonomics Awareness Worksheet

84) Ergonomics Awareness Worksheet

The purpose of the worksheet is to increase basic awareness of potential problems associated with jobs and tasks.  This awareness can help provide clues on how to make effective ...

Ergonomic - Best Work Zones

85) Ergonomic - Best Work Zones

Performing work within the best and preferred work zones shown below facilitates productivity and comfort.  Work is safest when lifting and reaching is performed in these zones. ...

Ergonomic Checklist for Material Handling

86) Ergonomic Checklist for Material Handling

The checklist presented below is from the book Kodak's Ergonomic Design for People at Work.  It helps users to identify any job risk factors that my be present in the job.  This ...

Factors Impacting MMH

89) Factors Impacting MMH

The ratio of task demands to worker capacity during manual materials handling influences the occurrence of potential undesirable effects such as fatigue, discomfort, injury, productivity ...