Ergonomics in China

America is now (for the time being) an economy at the top of the world. This was partially due to the long and arduous process of Industrialization, meaning establishing new ways of using resources, tools, and doing work. Many people … Continue reading

The Ergonomics Revolution

The rising cost of healthcare, an aging workforce and the relative low priority placed on sound ergonomics in the workplace mean that work related injuries will continue to hurt companies’ bottom lines. Ultimately, this is bad for consumers and for … Continue reading

Interview with Ergonomics Expert Alex Charish

This an informative, funny, and interesting interview that cuts through the hype and misinformation surrounding ergonomics, ergonomic products, and the causes of repetitive motion injuries. There are lots of nuggets in this video, well worth watching. [youtube=]