Sam Bradbury and Mark Heidebrecht, partners at Ergonomics International were interviewed by manufacturing journalist, Thomas R. Cutler, and share the importance of data-driven analytics as a return to work strategy during the pandemic. Read the feature article in Evolving Enterprise here.
Bradbury shared, “COVID-19 impacts the need for data-driven analytics. Data-driven analytics are totally essential in helping employees and employers. Ergonomics International just announced the immediate availability of a COVID-19 Employer Management System (EMS) for abatement strategies. Employers must be armed with necessary tools to identify at-risk employees, track those with COVID-19 immunity, and recognize potential carriers.”
Heidebrecht explained, “If data-driven ergonomic principles are applied during the design stage, the risks and number of handling points are reduced. This leads to more efficient processes and fewer touches. Movements are money; reducing human movements increases profits and gets the product out the door quicker.”
Ergonomics International responds to the new COVID-19 challenges with an Employer Management System (EMS) for abatement strategies. The SaaS solution provides employers with necessary tools to identify at-risk employees, track those with COVID-19 immunity, and recognize potential carriers.
Employers need to protect themselves and their employees against COVID-19. Businesses, schools, and municipalities can now monitor trends, hotspots in the facility, build exposure plans, and simply keep excellent records of monitoring and mitigating COVID-19 issues in real-time. The affordable system can be purchased here.
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About Ergonomics International
Each with 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.
For more information call (913) 488-3127.
Company Name: Ergonomics International
Contact Person: Mark Heidebrecht
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Phone: (913) 488-3127
Address:15633 S Brookfield St.
Country: United States