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630 Five Critical Elements for Managing an Ergonomics Program


Summary: The long-term success of a company’s ergonomics program is dependent upon a well -established foundation endorsed by leadership. Too many organizations have launched an ergonomics program without a strong foundation, only to have it “fizzle” when the business climate and direction change, or when key leaders change. Failure to start a program effectively results in loss of credibility and trust by employees and management, and wasted resources. We’ve identified key elements of successful and sustained ergonomic s programs and summarize the top five in this paper.


 

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