Safety: EASE brochure promotes worker safety

The Ergonomic Assist Systems and Equipment (EASE) Council of MHI has produced a new brochure to help promote safer, healthier and more ergonomically correct workplaces.

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The Ergonomic Assist Systems and Equipment (EASE) Council of MHI has produced a new brochure to help promote safer, healthier and more ergonomically correct workplaces.

EASE members are the leading providers of ergonomic assist systems and equipment for the industrial environment. Their solutions promote the general safety and health aspects of work environments for people with or in the vicinity of mechanical equipment. Such equipment includes Adjustable Worker Elevation Platforms, Balancers, Containers Tilters, Lift Tables, Manipulators, Pallet Rotators, Stackers, Vacuum Assist Devices, platform trucks, carts, flooring technologies, Workstation Cranes and Intelligent Assist Devices.

The brochure serves as an introduction to the EASE Council and their programming and directs the reader to the EASE Web site and it’s ergonomic and safety resources including checklists, technical information, presentation materials, success stories and ergonomic news and events. Click here to download this brochure.

The EASE Council of MHI is a resource for trends, information, practices, equipment and organizations that focus on ergonomics and improving the working interface between people and the materials they must move and use to reduce injury, increase productivity while providing a significant return on investment.


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