The term ergonomics comes from Greek words Ergon – to work and Nomo’s – law. Ergonomics can be defined as study of worker’s interactions with work equipment, work method and work environment. Ergonomics should be seen as a ‘win-win’ opportunity to improve productivity and quality while increasing employee safety and morale. Ergonomics takes in to consideration of Behaviour (such as non-work activities, breaks, stretch, position, postures, etc), Environment (such as process/task, furniture, tools, equipment, engineering, etc) and Person (such as knowledge, weight, physical abilities, medical conditions, fitness etc)
Correctly selected and practiced ergonomic behaviours result in avoiding unnecessary fatigue, maintaining freshness and health for people. Employers benefit in terms of increased productivity and high credibility.
Ergonomics training helps employees to prosper and develop their careers while it gives employers a highly skilled workforce and a competitive advantage.
It is a systematic approach for determining what training is required to fulfill the gap of what you know and what you need to know It covers -
Ergonomics training aims to provide greater practical guidance for all the relevant personnel to ensure safer jobs with reduction in injuries including workers, supervisors, engineers, managers, administrators, helpers etc.
Effective safety training lead to safe work culture, high morale, increased productivity hence high credibility.
We deliver training with commitment and not contempt. Our training program includes classroom sessions to practical training sessions. This includes