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Success Stories


Here are some accounts submitted to OSHA, or that were based on information obtained by OSHA from secondary sources, where employers have implemented ergonomics programs or utilized best practices and have reported successful results. The success stories are grouped by Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Code. Select the company name below to learn about their ergonomics success story.

Construction (SIC 15)

Food and Kindred Products (SIC 20)

Apparel and Other Textile Products (SIC 23)

Lumber and Wood Products, Except Furniture (SIC 24)

Furniture and Fixtures (SIC 25)

Paper and Other Textile Products (SIC 26)

Printing and Publishing (SIC 27)

Chemicals and Allied Products (SIC 28)

Electronic and Other Electric Equipment (SIC 36)

Transportation Equipment (SIC 37)

Local and Suburban Transit and Interurban Highway Passenger Transportation (SIC 41)

Motor Freight Transportation and Warehousing (SIC 42)

Insurance Carriers (SIC 63)

Health Services, including Nursing Homes (SIC 80)

Educational Services (SIC 82)

Additional Success Stories

  • Through the OSHA and National Telecommunications Safety Panel (NTSP) Alliance, NTSP developed the following success stories that highlight successful safety and health programs or best practices that the association's member companies have implemented in their workplaces that have led to positive results, including a reduction of work-related injuries.
  • The following organizations also collected examples of successful ergonomics programs or best practices.

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