Solve your Ergonomic Issues

How TBD Enterprises LLC can help you solve your Ergonomic Issues! Ergonomics has been defined as: The science related to man and his work, embodying the anatomic, physiologic, and mechanical principles affecting the efficient use of human energy. According to OSHA, finding solutions to the problems posed by ergonomics hazard may be the most significant workplace safety and health issue. Dr. J. Donald Miller, recently retired Director of NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health), is quoted as saying, “that by any epidemiological criteria, occupational musculoskeletal injures represent a pandemic problem in the United States with gigantic effects on the quality of millions of peoples’ lives every year.” • Repetitive Motion Illness or Cumulative Trauma Disorders represent almost 1/2

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Jump start our state of Michigan

Jump-start our state – you can make a difference It’s not a secret that Michigan’s economy is weak and working hard to recover. It’s daily news. It’s in the air. You hear it in the locker room, the dentist’s office, the grocery store. Everyone is talking about it, but what are we all doing about it? Are we waiting for the government to fix it? Are we hoping that it just starts on its own again? Frankly I think that all of us need to be a part of the rebirth of Michigan’s economy. I know that it’s hard to know what to do. Where do we start? If you don’t get in the race, you can’t win it. People

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Automate your manufacturing

Automate your manufacturing! Your competition is! TBD Enterprises, LLC, is here to announce some hard to hear news. We don’t want to always acknowledge what is happing in our back yards, or across the ocean for that matter, but we all need to!! So here we go, and take notes! If news that robot investment is still booming in China, with a 20% increase reported in the latest figures, and that it is expected to install more than 100,000 industrial robots by 2015 doesn’t sound alarm bells, then it should. As should reports that demand for robots is also increasing in the so-called low wage economies of Eastern Europe and South East Asia, not to mention India and Russia. All

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