Ann Arbor, MI (PRWEB) April 7, 2005
Humantech, Inc., a leading human performance consulting firm, announces the launch of nine new Ergonomics Posters. These full-color posters, developed by Humantech ergonomists, provide straightforward and accurate visual reminders of issues and solutions for improving workplace ergonomics. They are ideal for reinforcing an organizationÂs ergonomics activities or promoting enthusiasm for an upcoming initiative. The posters are available in two series, the Awareness poster line and the Art poster line, and can be viewed and order online at http://www.humantech.com.
ÂOur goal in creating this poster series is to provide ergonomics program managers an easily available and effective communication tool that will help with the success of their program" says Walt Rostykus, Vice President. ÂIt is our experience that regular and pertinent communication is a critical element of successful ergonomics programs. Posters, with a focused message, are proven effective in the reinforcement of principles, practices and expectations introduced in employee training on ergonomics."
The Awareness poster series illustrates some of the basic concepts of HumantechÂs Ergonomics Hit ListÂ card, an observational tool used to quickly identify ergonomic issues and job improvement opportunities in the industrial environment. Each poster is designed to remind employees of postures and forces that increase ergonomic risk and offers simple fixes to reduce that risk. There are six posters in the series which are available for purchase at $23 a piece including shipping or in a set for $99 including shipping.
The Art poster series is uniquely designed to convey ergonomics concepts while enhancing your work environment. The sophisticated and colorful art-quality creations are designed to stimulate interest in your ergonomics initiatives. Three designs are available in the series, priced at $28 each including shipping. The posters are also available in a set for $69 including shipping.
Since 1979, HumantechÂs ergonomics professionals have guided organizations to ergonomics success through ergonomic risk assessments, process engineering, applied ergonomics training, design services and management systems. Humantech has helped thousands of companies reduce injuries, improve cycle time, overcome barriers to production, quality, and moraleÂwhile demonstratively improving health and safety. With corporate headquarters in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Humantech consults with companies worldwide. For more information about Humantech or the ergonomics poster series, please call 734-663-6707 or visit http://www.humantech.com.
Editors: High resolution color images of the posters are available for publication. For more information, contact Kelly Robertson at 734.663.3330 ext. 132 or email@example.com.