Sam Bradbury and Mark Heidebrecht, board-certified ergonomists and co-founders of Ergonomics International, explained how technology and data can be a powerful tool in enhancing culture in the recent issue of Thomas Insights.
Ergonomics International has found company culture to be very tangible through the data Bradbury and Heidebrecht collected, specifically, the relationship between employee’s feelings of value in the workplace and the likelihood of claiming an injury. According to their epidemiological research studies, the duo has found that there is a 70% increased likelihood of claiming a musculoskeletal injury if they answer “no” to feeling like they have value and an ability to make change in the workplace.
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About Ergonomics International
Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) professionals have been turning to the leaders of Ergonomics International each of whom has more than twenty years’ experience working from forensic investigation to factory floors. Ergonomics International focuses on designing and implementing tools that are evidence-based. Mark Heidebrecht (MSE, ACSM-EP, CPE/CHFP) and Sam Bradbury (MAOM, ATC, ACSM-EP, CPE/CHFP) built one of the largest ergonomic libraries globally, including one of the largest occupational epidemiology datasets to make the most informed decisions.
In addition to one of the largest data libraries, the company utilizes a statistical epidemiologist and assembled peer-reviewed studies focused on ensuring the latest and best answers to ergonomic and human factors impacting the challenges that companies face.
EHS leaders now have affordable access to one of the most powerful software tools for companies to reduce musculoskeletal injury risk. This mobile compatible software tool provides the best information to help management quantify and mitigate risk.
Ergonomics International’s Evidence‐Based Risk Analysis Software Suite utilizes standardized tools which have high validity and reliability. These tools provide management with real-time data to make evidence‐based decisions, yet data is simple enough for ergonomic, safety, occupational health, Lean Manufacturing, and Six-Sigma professionals to understand and apply. Dashboards are customizable providing the most valuable information at each level of the enterprise. Leading indicators allow users to get ahead of injuries and focus on prevention with the use of cost-effective tools.
Mobile analysis tools include:
EPDA™ (Employee Perceived Exertion Analysis)
Z‐EBRA™ (Proprietary Evidence-Based Risk Analysis)
NERPA – (Novel Ergonomic Postural Assessment)
Cumulative Lifting Analysis
ISO-based Ergonomic Analysis
Manual Material Handling Guidelines
NIOSH Lifting Equation (The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)
ACGIH Hand Threshold Limit Value
The mobile compatible SaaS (Software as a Service) solution accurately documents and reports risks in real-time. Mobile compatibility eliminates traditional methods of dual entry that create lags in data analysis and potential introduction of errors.
For more information call (913) 488-3127 and follow on Twitter @ErgonomicsIntl
Company Name: Ergonomics International
Contact Person: Mark Heidebrecht
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Phone: (913) 488-3127
Address:15633 S Brookfield St.
Country: United States