Good Ergonomics is Good Economics
Jamie Mallon had a column featured in this month's issue of EHS Today, "Good Ergonomics is Good Economics". Jamie highlights the challenges that EHS professionals face as the economy rebounds. There is also an action plan for the next few months to ensure that your ergonomics process is ready for takeoff once the economy begins to recover.
is a direct link to the column on EHS Today’s web site http://ehstoday.com/health/ergonomics/good-ergonomics-good-economics