Humantech Seeks Companies for 2011 Benchmarking Study
Humantech will be conducting its fourth, in a series of ongoing benchmarking studies on current and effective methods for managing ergonomic conditions in the workplace. The goal of this study is to identify the key elements that are critical to the success of world-class ergonomics programs and to identify and evaluate the best practices of the organizations that are recognized as the leaders in the industry.
Domestic-based, Fortune 500 companies are needed to perform this study. We are looking for companies with established and effective ergonomic programs, who are regulated by OSHA, and who may have operations elsewhere in the world. To maintain company confidentiality, participants are identified by industry type and size; their names are kept anonymous. A maximum of up to 20 companies will be selected for the study, but all companies who volunteer to participate will receive a full copy of the summary report upon its completion.
To be considered for the study, companies must complete the 2011 Benchmarking Participation Survey by April 15, 2011. All volunteering participants will be notified by the end of April