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the branch of engineering science in which biological science is used to study the relation between workers and their environments

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According to a so-called ergonomics expert, the Honda is pretty uncomfortable, whilst the Swedish contender is just about as good as it gets.
Contact an ergonomics expert to come into your store for a weekend of customer consultations.
Repetitive-stress injuries, such as these cited by ergonomics expert Marvin Dainoff during comments this spring on the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's proposed ergonomic standards, are fueling increased emphasis on ergonomically correct working conditions.
If you browsed through the local office supply store with ergonomics expert Alan Hedge, he might influence you to see things differently.
A joint Newspaper Guild/company committee works on health and safety issues, and the Chronicle has an ergonomics expert who is a physical therapist.
People over 70 don't see themselves as elderly," explains Elie Gindi, founder of ElderGadget and an ergonomics expert.
Repetitive stress and motion issues in the workplace, like Hinman's, can have significant impact on a company's bottom line, according to Shane Goldsby, loss prevention manager and telecom industry ergonomics expert at Great American Insurance Group.
We are very proud to introduce Tony Silva as an Atlas Ergonomics expert," said Atlas Ergonomics President Jim Landsman.
Holistic Health Coach and ergonomics expert Dr Pamela Adams is author of Dr Adams' Painless Guide To Computing: How to UseYour Computer Without Hurting Yourself.
An ergonomics expert is expected to visit a second Asda depot next month following a visit to its Wigan centre to examine pick rates.
According to ergonomics expert Professor Mark Porter of Loughborough University the condition is so debilitating that a new term has been coined especially for it.
According to a so-called ergonomics expert, the Honda is pretty uncomfortable, while the Swedish contender is just about as good as it gets.