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For more information on Ergonomics click here for the relevant chapter of the TUC guide to health and safety "Hazards at Work

Ergonomics is the study of work in relation to the environment in which it is performed (the workplace) and those who perform it (workers). It is used to determine how the workplace can be designed or adapted to the worker in order to prevent a variety of health problems and to make the job fit the worker, instead of forcing the worker to conform to the job. Ergonomics aims to make sure that tasks, equipment, information and the environment suit each worker.


HSE Guidance on ergonomics


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