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Ergonomics is a newer science born out of a mix of old established sciences - work physiology, anthropometry, applied psychology and engineering.
The primary objective of ergonomics is to assess the work environment to ensure that the human physical/mental capabilities and limitations are suitable with the design of work tasks, equipment, processes and environments.
Ergonomics can help reduce stress and eliminate potential injuries to the muscles, tendons, nerves and joints caused by excessive or prolonged physical stress on hands, wrists, elbows, shoulders, neck and back. Ergonomics offers solutions for sustainable work performance and productivity.
There are many simple, inexpensive solutions that a trained ergonomist can help implement into your workplace, including: