The American Telecommuting Association Presents:

"What Employers Should Know About Telecommuter Ergonomics"

Here's a vital new report that will help management reduce exposure of the organization's telecommuters to ergonomic hazards that can develop so easily in workspaces located away from the central office.

 

From The Report's Introduction:

Ergonomics programs can significantly reduce work-related musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). In general, the most successful programs have certain core elements in common. But given the wide disparities in conditions that obtain where ergonomics programs are most needed, not all ergonomics programs can or should take the same approaches or follow the same implementation path.

Critically important factors in planning a successful ergonomics program must include the work to be done, the organization or corporate culture, and actual experiences of real people as the program evolves. An approach designed to implement or manifest the core elements in a simple, informal manner is all that's needed to achieve positive results.

Fortunately, any changes required to support an effective ergonomics program for telecommuters, and other employees, do not normally require significant investment or resources and do not drastically change the job or operation.

Once in place, an effective ergonomics program can be expected to yield important benefits, including reductions in workers' compensation costs associated with MSDs, reductions in overall injuries, illnesses, and the number of days injured employees miss work, as well as improved worker morale, productivity, and quality.

Get Your Copy Of This Important Report Now,

Cost: Only $15.00.

This is not a membership in the ATA, but it's a great way to obtain some immediately useful information, and to begin improving the environment for telecommuters in your organization. We believe by helping you get better results from telecommuting, we'll earn your loyalty and increase your motivation to join!

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Last Updated: August 29, 2002
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