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ERGONOMIC STUDIES

ERGONOMIC STUDIES

Unlock the key to improved Operator Performance, Safety, Health, and Comfort Using the Science of Ergonomics to Remove Physical and Behavioral Risk Factors in Your Control Room.

Human Factors Engineering

Ergonomics is defined as the science of refining the design of products to optimize them for human use.

How do your Operators interact with their environment and equipment? Are they alert? Are they comfortable? How is the lighting? Are they squinting to see their screen? These among many others are questions we don't think to ask, however, they are the most important to have answers for - Your Operators, Plant, and Community depend on it.

Keep your Operators' Safe.

Control room operators often experience sustained and intensive periods of seated work, monitoring and controlling hundreds of variables, alarms, and conditions on multiple displays. Studies show that this intense level of work inevitably leads to fatigue, reduced focus, stress, inadvertent inputs & actions, costly mistakes, and occupational injury & hazards - even over short time intervals. 

It's not an option, it's a necessity.

While the study of ergonomics has received increased attention over the past couple of decades, many companies still often ignore or don’t adequately consider its contribution to performance, safety, health, job satisfaction, and morale. Ergonomic design studies save our clients money and time, and help your staff work more efficiently, more comfortably, and improve their long-term health using the science of ergonomics to remove physical and behavioral risk factors in the control room.

Leave it to the CPE.

For both new and existing facilities, Evosite has a team of Certified Professional Ergonomists (CPE) and control room/console designers with whom our clients work to ensure the highest level of control room effectiveness and comfort. Our team of ergonomic, safety, and health professionals throughout Texas and the United States can provide resources for one-on-one evaluations, control room design, group training & seminars, and practical ergonomics program management.

Contact Bruce Johnson for more information about how ergonomics can improve your control room.

Contact us today to discuss your control room operations and how our ergonomists can help improve performance, safety, health, comfort, and morale at your facility.
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