The Top Ten Ways Ergonomics Programs Fail

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The results of a study conducted by Auburn Engineers show that 23 of 40 ergonomics programs were "Floundering." Floundering was a term used to describe a program that was either in complete failure or was not providing a return commensurate with the time and money being allocated to it. Use this handy publication to identify the top ten reasons why programs fail then implement the recommended solutions to make your ergonomics program successful.

Successful ergonomics programs:

  • Provide a solid foundation with good planning and effective program management
  • Create initial high-value successes
  • Maintain accountability
  • Develop the right working nucleus of people, structure, knowledge, process and results
  • Expand and integrate the process to become a positive part of the business culture.

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