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new Ergonomics and Variation Analysis Lab (EVAL) within sight of corporate head- quarters in Dearborn, MI.
“There has been a 70% reduction in employee injury rates and a 75% reduction in lost-time injuries.”
The main goal at EVAL is to make it easier—and safer—for assembly workers to do their jobs. The tools EVAL uses to accomplish this include the learnings from the DHM project as well as full-body motion-capture video, immersive virtual reality software and 3D printing. Every time Ford approves a new vehicle for production EVAL is pressed into service. This occurs about 36 months before production is due to begin. Since Ford began using ergonomics technologies on new vehicle launches in 2003, said Goral, “it has become an essential part of our overall production