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|Human Factors & Ergonomics Society|
|Usability Professionals Association|
|Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation|
|Board of Certification in Professional Ergonomics|
Manufacturers and retailers offering ergonomic products.
The science of ergonomics has resulted in a wide variety of commercial products that enhance user safety and comfort while also increasing user productivity.
This section has listings of Vendors for Ergonomic Products. To see the ergonomic products that we sell, go to our Ergonomic Products Store.
We get many requests for links to various ergonomic products beyond what we carry in our store. In response, we are providing this list of links to locate vendors for a variety of ergonomic products offered on the Internet. While we do not endorse or recommend any of these products, we did make an attempt to include only those products that appear to have ergonomic benefits.
When in doubt about the ergonomic efficacy of a product, it is advisable to consult with an ergonomics professional. This is particularly true if you are ordering large quantities of a given product or if you are attempting to remedy an existing medical condition.
Usernomics can assist your company in making your products easy to learn, easy to use, aesthetically pleasing, and marketable. Our User Interface Design and Usability Testing professionals design both hardware and software products. Their experience covers a wide range of products including web-based and application software, consumer products, communication systems, and vehicles such as automobiles and aircraft.
We can also assist your company to make your workplace safe, efficient, and in compliance. Our Ergonomics Engineers apply a rigorous and systematic technique to ensure a hazard-free and worker-safe environment. We evaluate, design, and train your people to create an ongoing active safety program in your company. Our experience covers a wide range of workplace environments including the office, manufacturing floor, warehouse, and vehicles.
Many products are sold as having "ergonomic" benefits. However, all products have some drawbacks and can be misused. Also, many ergonomic problems can be fixed by rearrangement, adjustment, or modification of existing items. To learn more about various classes of ergonomic products, their use, and selection criteria you might want to read The Pros and Cons of Ergonomic Office Equipment by Dennis Ankrum.
The links to products listed here were not designed by Usernomics, but have been designed by other companies to be ergonomically beneficial.
The following categories roughly describe the products carried by each company. The categories are approximate because many companies carry a variety of products, so you might want to scan more than one category.
This is a Vendors List
You must contact each vendor for product information.
See our Ergonomic Products Store for items you can browse or purchase.
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