Ergonomics
Office Ergonomics - Workplace Ergonomics - Ergonomics Safety - Human Factors

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Ergonomics is commonly thought of as how companies design tasks and work areas to  maximize the efficiency and quality of their employees’ work.

However, ergonomics comes into everything which involves people. Work systems, sports and leisure, health and safety should all embody ergonomics principles if well designed. It is the applied science of equipment design intended to maximize productivity by reducing operator fatigue and discomfort. The field is also called biotechnology, human engineering, and human factors engineering.



 

 

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1450 Technology Ln, Petaluma, CA 707 780-6400
 
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Fit First
560 Gateway Dr, Napa, CA 707 257-4348

Fitfirst Consultants
2225 Brown St, Napa, CA 707 255-9990

Futures Fit 4 Work
3423 Valle Verde Dr, Napa, CA 707 254-7175

Valley Workfit - Michael Clark
3448 Villa Ln # 105, Napa, CA 707 226-9675

 

 
Ergonomics Service providers have sprung up to help employers handle injury prevention, onsite physical therapy treatment and return to work job coaching to the worksite. Employers and employees gain many benefits by handling their ergonomic factors before an on the job injury occurs. Once employers use ergonomic methods and procedures, they have fewer injuries, reduced medical costs, less lost work days, and lower rates of repeat injuries. The bottom line shows that the cost of claims go down significantly and employees gain by not getting injured as often or as easily.

  Physical ergonomics is important in the medical field, particularly to those diagnosed with physiological ailments or disorders such as arthritis (both chronic and temporary) or carpal tunnel syndrome. Pressure that is insignificant or imperceptible to those unaffected by these disorders may be very painful, or render a device unusable, for those who are. Many ergonomically designed products are also used or recommended to treat or prevent such disorders, and to treat pressure-related chronic pain.

 
 
 
 
 

 

 
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