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Need additional resources for your research on ergonomic programs, tools, benefits or professional networks? The below list was compiled for that purpose. Happy hunting! 


1. Disability Prevention and Management Resources
2. Senior Services
3. Groups and Associations
4. Health and Wellness
5. University and Research
6. Disability Management Resources Outside the U.S.A.

1. Disability Prevention and Management - Resources

Adaptive Technology Services- For low vision or blindness
ADA Checklist for readily achievable barrier removal
Benchmark Research & Safety, Inc.- "The Return on Investment (ROI) for Human Factors and Ergonomics"
Beyond the office Door- Ergonomic Resource Guide
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Cal/OSHA Ergonomics Rule 
Cornell Return on Investment Calculator
Federal Occupational Health A component of the US Public Health Services Department of Health and Human Services. 
GAO Report Private Sector Ergonomics Yields Positive Results
Great Lakes Disability- ADA Center- Institute of Disability & Human Development
NIOSH Applications Manual for the Revised NIOSH Lifting Equation
NIOSH -Centers for Disease Control and Prevention- Total Worker Health
NIOSH Elements of Ergonomics Programs
NIOSH Ergonomics and MSDs Page
NIOSH Lifting Equation 
NIOSH Musculoskeletal Disorders and Workplace Factors 
Disability Management Employers Coalition (DMEC) 
Galvin Group 
International Facilities Management Association (IFMA)
Integrated Benefits Institute (IBI)
Work Loss Data Institute

4. Health & Wellness

American Heart Association
The Arthritis Foundation
American Cancer Society
American Diabetes Association

5. University and Research

Berkeley University Health Services 
Cornell University 
Ergonomic Guide
Mayo Clinic
University of Michigan (U of M)
Univerisity of Michigan Website Accessibility
University of Illinois- Functional Web Accessibility Tool

6. Disability Management sites Outside the U.S.A.

Australian Safety and Compensation Council
SafeWork Australia (Code of Practice for Prevention of Occupational Overuse) 

CNIB- Seeing Beyond Vision Loss
Worksafe BC (British Columbia Canada)
The National Institute of Disability Management and Research 

European Agency for Safety and Health at Work
European Union Council Directive on Work with Display Screen Equipment 
United Kingdom Health and Safety Statistics Health and Safety Executive

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