Reduce Injuries & Maximize Productivity
Strains, sprains and other musculoskeletal disorders account for up to 30% of days away from work cases in manufacturing industries. Are your people protected?
Features and Benefits
Ergonomics, on the VelocityEHS Accelerate® Platform, is an all-in-one solution for industrial ergonomics management.
Deliver ergonomics training anywhere, anytime in topics ranging from basic awareness to advanced design, and manage training across your organization.
Focus Efforts on the Fix
Simplify assessments with A.I. motion-capture technology, while certified professional ergonomist consultation helps you focus on implementing improvements.
Design Guidelines for Engineers
Built-in ergonomic design guidelines for multiple populations take the guess work out of optimizing workstation layout for your employees.
Using AI to Assess Risk and Solve Problems in Manufacturing
This live webinar, presented by board-certified ergonomists and jointly hosted by IndustryWeek and EHS Today, will discuss:
- Examples of how leading manufacturers are achieving success with AI & motion-capture technology
- The industrial worker in the context of Industry 5.0 and the Future of Work
- The business implications of ergonomics in manufacturing
- How new technologies can help to effectively perform root cause analysis & identify controls that more directly impact risk exposure
What can VelocityEHS Ergonomics do for you?
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