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Four Key Elements of an Ergonomics Gap Analysis

Understand where the holes are in your process

Published: Thursday, April 14, 2016 - 09:56

(Humantech: Ann Arbor, MI) -- Whether your goal is to comply with local regulations, meet company standards, or develop a world-class ergonomics process, you must determine “where you are” and “where you want to be.” It is necessary to understand the gaps before devoting time and energy to determining the fits that lead to the planning and launch of your program.

Humantech’s complimentary e-book is the first in a five part series that will focus on how companies can build and sustain a successful, world-class ergonomics process or, as we like to say, “do ergonomics right.” It covers step one of Humantech’s Engagement Model, Gaps & Fit.

This e-book will help you answer such questions as:
• What are we not doing well (what are the gaps)?
• What are we doing well (the things we can leverage or the fits)?
• Where do we want to be (vision and goal for ergonomics and MSD injuries)?

“Taking time to diagnose your current program (or lack thereof) is essential. As a result, you will have the information you need to design and plan an ergonomic improvement process that best fits the scope, need, culture, and resources of your organization.”
—Walt Rostykus, CPE, Principal Consultant Humantech, Inc.

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Humantech was founded in 1979 with the single focus of improving the lives of the working population. Humantech’s approach has changed how organizations use the science of ergonomics to improve workplace performance. By combining experienced, board-certified ergonomists with proprietary assessment tools and comprehensive software, Humantech delivers integrated solutions that affect safety, quality, and productivity.