Home How’d They Fix That? – Week 7 Ergonomics Done Right®

Written by: humantech on September 2nd, 2014

Check out the entry “Tilt Dolly” from the 2008 Find It – Fix It Challenge. Tell us how’d you fix that job in the “Leave a Reply” text box below. On Friday, we’ll post how the company fixed the job.

"Before" Photo

“Before” Photo

Job Task:
Tilt Dolly

Problem Description:
To retrieve parts, the operator had to bend and reach over the edge of a deep container.

Here’s how they fixed that job!

View the posts from Week 1, Week 2, Week 3 , Week 4, and Week 5, and Week 6.

One response to “How’d They Fix That? – Week 7”

  1. Denise Devall says:

    Parts should be placed in shallow angled bins on racks that will allow the employee to reach over rather than bend over a deep box. Racks should be placed between waist and shoulder height and the reach should be no longer than 12 to 18 inches.

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