A certified professional ergonomist; provides loss prevention/human factors design and research services for a variety of industries such as apparel, healthcare, manufacturing, warehousing, newspaper/publishing, banking/finance, manufacturing, retail, transportation and public entities. Assists local, regional and national employers with developing, implementing and evaluating loss prevention program strategies. Specializes in the assessment of overall work processes, compliance, training, on-site evaluations and analytics.
Once they return to a pre-pandemic work environment, those employees could notice a greater diminished performance capacity.30 September 2021
Walkways should be clear of cords and other items that could pose a tripping hazard. Excess clutter — whether it be around your workspace or beneath your desk — can restrict movement, interfere with leg room and lead to more twisting and reaching.13 December 2020