The design of working conditions to better accommodate the human body's capabilities and limitations (human factors).
Ergonomics is also known as the study of work tasks with an emphasis on reducing to a practical minimum the physiological cost of doing the work.
2) Ergonomic Assist Systems and Equipment (EASE) Industry Group
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.
The design of a floor in a building or mezzanine is an important ingredient in the reliability and safety of that building or mezzanine. Worker-friendly floors are imperative if ergonomic considerations are to be addressed. The strength and stability of the floor is an important consideration as the floor must adequately support the machinery and moving vehicles utilized in the material handling system.