Most companies only consider ergonomics after their bottom line is negatively affected by an injury or workers’ compensation case involving a musculoskeletal disorder (MSD). The reality is that being proactive in addressing ergonomic risk factors can lead to changes that may well improve productivity, quality and other key metrics at the facility. This webinar will highlight how implementing elements of an ergonomics program can positively impact business. By showcasing examples of workplace improvements that address ergonomic risk, you will see how these changes can lead to a positive impact of your overall business goals. Case studies will be highlighted from Applied Ergonomics Conference’s Ergo Cup® Competition, sponsored by The Ergonomics Center and the Edward P. Fitts Department of Industrial Systems and Engineering at NC State University. Attendees will learn just how ergonomic risk factors can impact other key areas of business and to look beyond the cost of injuries to justify ergonomic improvements at their facility.