Tokio Marine Management Makes Minority Equity Investment In Ergonomics Firm; Expectation of Great Demand Seen In OSHA Release Of New Standards

March 2000
International Insurance Monitor;2000 1st Quarter, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p18
Trade Publication
Reports that Tokio Marine Management Inc. has completed a minority equity investment in Ergonomic Technologies Corporation in anticipation of a larger demand for products and services to meet the expected official implementation of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration Ergonomic Standard in March 2000. Estimated number of jobs that need to be fixed or redesigned in the United States; Issues expected to be raised in relation to the implementation of the standards.


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