Ergonomics Center

Ergonomics Center

To help industry and healthcare partners increase their competitiveness by improving worker performance, reducing workplace injuries and illnesses, and designing unique products and applications to combat the negative impacts of aging and obesity.

The Texas A&M Ergonomics Center aims to improve worker performance, safety, and health by applying ergonomic designs and interventions to existing and emerging technologies. The Center focuses on the impacts of aging, sedentary behavior, obesity, and technology design on the health and productivity of the current and future workforce. Research focuses on occupational health and safety topics including office ergonomics, effective procedure writing and displays, occupational biomechanics, and cognitive workload evaluation.

School of Public Health
Contact: Mark E Benden
Phone: 979.436.9334