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Nick M.

Erie, Colorado
Nick McElhiney AEP I own a company called Ergonomic Evolution LLC and is operated Colorado. I have been conducting ergonomic evaluations and consultations for the past 8 years for companies large and small. My 15-year background in manufacturing and the contract furniture industry has enabled me to recognize office and industrial efficiencies and inefficiencies. My business approach is proactive, solution oriented, and customized for each client, resulting in reduced operational costs,... Full Bio
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2009 National Ergonomic Conference and Exopsition by Nick M. Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Last month I attended for the first time the National Ergonomics Conference and Exposition (Ergo Expo) in Las Vegas, NV.  It is a week long conference that takes place a ... Read on »
Beware of The Incredible Shrinking Insurance Benefit by Nick M. Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Beware of The Incredible Shrinking Insurance Benefit By Ken Terry | Oct 26, 2009 The nation is starting to reconsider whether all of the services cust ... Read on »
Bugs have the right idea about evolution! by Nick M. Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health I’ve found a rather interesting viewpoint from a bug about evolution. It’s nice to see that someTHING gets the benefits of evolution. Click on the link below to learn ... Read on »
Buyer Beware! Ergonomic sometimes isn't ergonomic. by Nick M. Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health If a product claims to be "ergonomic" or "ergonomically designed," is it really ergonomic? Chances are that it is not. The term is widely used to describe a variety of comm ... Read on »
Chair buying Tips from Ergonomic Evolution by Nick M. Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Chair buying Tips from Ergonomic Evolution When people think of ergonomics, one of the first things that they think of is chairs. Chairs and ergonomics truly go hand-in- ... Read on »
Colorado is Healthiest State by Nick M. 1 Comment Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health According to a study made by the CDC in 2008, names Colorado the Healthiest least obese state in the US. Obesity is the fastest growing health issue in the past 15 years and h ... Read on »
Employers offering Wellness Programs and Incentives is on the Rise by Nick M. Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Employers offering Wellness Programs and Incentives is on the Rise Jonathan Edelheit Oct 5, 2009 Worksite Wellness/Corporate Wellness programs are on the rise ... Read on »
Ergonomic News รข?? Standing is more important than we think! by Nick M. Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Please check out this podcast. Dr. Marc Hamilton hits the nail on the head when it comes to standing and the many ergonomic benefits that we can gain from doing this through ... Read on »
Ergonomic Statistics that may surprise you. by Nick M. Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health I n 1994, the University of Maryland conducted a study that illustrates how prevalent ergonomic issues are, and how companies tend to address ergonomic issues in a reactive ... Read on »
Ergonomic tips for the week of 1/4/10 by Nick M. Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health January 4, 2009 Ergonomic tip of the day! Every time you move think about your feet. If you are moving without your feet (supported on the floor), you are moving out o ... Read on »
Ergonomic workstation evaluations for the workplace. by Nick M. Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Why Are Workstation Evaluations Necessary? Workstation evaluations are a great way to start a comprehensive ergonomics program. They are personalized, addressin ... Read on »
Ergonomics Event Draws Top Names by Nick M. Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Ergonomics Event Draws Top Names A host of well-known ergonomics experts are heading to Las Vegas next month to help attendees prosper when the economy improves. ... Read on »
Health Care Bill and Ergonomics by Nick M. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthcare Industry & Policy The hot topic these days is the pending health care bill. Most people and businesses are wondering how will it will affect them. After discussing the bill with a local sta ... Read on »
Kids and Computers by Nick M. Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Are you ‘sharing’ your home computer with the kids? Have you watched how they position themselves there and how focused they can become for long periods? It may come a ... Read on »
Looking out for employees by Nick M. Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Looking out for employees Entrepreneur launches Erie ergonomics company By Tony Kindelspire © 2009 Longmont Times-Call ERIE — Tough times or not, Nick McElhi ... Read on »
National Ergonomics Month - October 2009 by Nick M. Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society has designated each October as National Ergonomics Month (NEM). The purpose of NEM is to create awareness of human factors a ... Read on »
New flat keyboard that is flexible and water resistant. by Nick M. Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health New flexible, nearly flat, water resistant keyboard. Ergonomic Evolution now offers this great new keyboard – The Rollo Keyboard  by Anatome. Rollo Keyboard ... Read on »
Obama is bringing back Clintons ergonomic record-keeping rule. by Nick M. Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health The Obama administration is bringing back an ergonomics record-keeping rule issued by the Clinton administration, but rejected by former President George W. Bush. Experts, w ... Read on »
Obama seeking ways to curb repetitive motion injuries by Nick M. Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Obama seeking ways to curb repetitive motion injuries Author: John Wojcik People’s Weekly World Newspaper, 05/12/09 14:08     There once wer ... Read on »
Reduce work-related injuries, improve your business! by Nick M. Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Reducing Injuries and Costs To reduce work-related ergonomic injuries and the associated costs, companies must develop and implement effective and ongoing ergonomics ... Read on »