What is Ergonomics?

ERGONOMICS

The study of the relation of man to the environment in which he works and the application of anatomical, physiological, psychological, and engineering knowledge to the problems involved. Also called biotechnology. - ergonomic, adj.

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Welcome to Innovation Technology Associates, ergonomic consulting specialists with innovative, injury prevention strategies to protect your employees and reduce costs.

In simple terms, we help diminish job-related injuries by training your employees to safeguard themselves from getting hurt. The benefits to your organization are multifold:

  • Building a healthier workforce
  • Establishing a more positive work environment
  • Minimizing downtime
  • Increasing productivity
  • Reducing turnover and insurance costs

With on-the-job injuries and insurance costs rising, we offer scientific solutions that benefit the health of your employees and your bottom line!

We invite you to take a moment to learn about our process, which includes ergonomic consulting, injury forecasting and our Worker-Athlete™ Program. We further encourage you to contact us for specific answers to your questions.