Hansen International earns ISO certification
- Certified or Certifiable -- Is There a Difference? Mallon, James // EHS Today;Aug2010, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p24
The article discusses the importance of choosing a certified ergonomics professional to ensure one's ergonomic improvement design in the workplace. It suggests that the recognized gold standard for certification in ergonomics in the U.S. is the certified professional ergonomist or certified...
- Management System Certification body aims to reduce injury and litigation. // DEMM: Engineering & Manufacturing;Oct2015, p10
The article focuses on New Zealand-based management system certification body Telarc which aims to reduce workplace injuries and litigation. Telarc reportedly offers a multi-tiered audit and education method to businesses and organisations to help them obtain Health and Safety certification....
- Indoor ecology: Designing health and wellness into the workplace. Danko, Sheila // Human Ecology;Fall90, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p2
Points out considerations in designing and incorporating health, wellness and safety into the workplace. Materials toxicity; Indoor air pollution; Video display terminals.
- The Next 100 Years. Raiford, Regina // Buildings;Jan2000, Vol. 94 Issue 1, p44
Deals with the advances in air-conditioning and improvement of the work environments at factories and industries in the United States. Dramatic changes to the air-conditioning industry; Impact of the technological advances in heating, ventilation and air conditioning industry; Use of online...
- Trainee concerns regarding the Specialty Certificate Examination: results of a British Thoracic Society national survey. Patterson, Caroline Marie; Carter, Richard Ian; Dodd, James William; Collins, Andrea // Thorax;Jan2014, Vol. 69 Issue 1, p85
The article informs that Great Britain-based Federation of Royal Colleges of Physicians has introduced a Specialty Certificate Examinations (SCEs) to complement workplace-based assessment which had made trainee concerned about examination.
- The space age. Buchholz, Barbara B.; Schmidt, Kathleen V. // Crain's Chicago Business;06/07/99, Vol. 22 Issue 23, pE70
Forecasts changes in the workplace of the future. Adaptation of work environment to individual learning styles; Shift of corporate goal from workplace productivity to workplace effectivity; Enhancement of functions of personal computers; Materialization of almost paperless office; Employee...
- Management And Industrial Engineering. Hughes, E.C. // Industrial Management;Apr64, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p1
Reports on the components of an effective management and maximum value of industrial engineering program in the U.S. Academic ability and competence of industrial engineering staff; Quality of the work environment; Investment in technology.
- A separate reality. Ousnamer, Mark // Industrial Engineer: IE;Feb2003, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p22
Focuses on the importance of ergonomics in the work environment. View of managers that ergonomics is a means for workers to have more breaks and less work; Application of ergonomics in a construction project.
- Pearson a Blue Zones Worksite. // Corridor Business Journal;1/6/2014, Vol. 10 Issue 24, p23
The article explains the mechanics of the Blue Zones Worksite certification earned by the Iowa City facility of learning company Pearson.