Thursday, December 29, 2005

Safety: Never Leave the Office Without It

Safety out of the office counts ...

"Pick a day, any day for a typical field sales professional and it might go something like this: She sits in a meeting – fire sprinklers above and a wall diagram outlining the steps in the event of an emergency. She calls on her customers – who have a safety process that includes a litany of rules, programs and standards to keep her safe while on site. This safety process is the result of several hundred training hours spent on safety each year, everything from bloodborne pathogens to CPR. The sales professional gets into her car, where she spends about 70 percent of her time each day, and ...

Until recently, companies focused most, if not all, of their safety time and budget on programs designed to keep employees safe inside their own walls. Once they were on the road ...

There's that void again."   continued ...   (Via Occupational Hazards)

Working In Car. - User Interface Design, Human Computer Interaction (HCI), Ergonomics

Working In Car.

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