Industrial Ergonomics

Essential to Worker Safety and Productivity in Manufacturing and Assembly Settings

When it comes to ergonomics, we often talk about musculoskeletal risks to workers in traditional offices and non-industrial settings. However, staff in manufacturing facilities also deal with many of the same ergonomic issues and challenges, and more—including manual material handling, bending, twisting, heat and cold, and long periods of standing and walking. Fortunately, ergonomics also plays an equally valuable role in keeping manufacturing personnel safe, healthy, and productive at work.

Supporting a productive, injury-free workforce in manufacturing and assembly settings means equipping them with ergonomic tools that are easy to use, adjustable, and designed to accommodate a wide range of body sizes and shapes.

And by pairing ergonomics and safety as part of a productivity improvement strategy at your facility, you’ll directly support increased worker morale, improved product quality, reduced turnover, increased job satisfaction, employee engagement, and increased profits for your organization.