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Once the source of the problem has been identified, we can use the Lumbar Motion Monitor and/or biomechanical models to quantify which interventions will be most effective at reducing risk. This approach allows us to ensure that the costs of implementing an intervention are worth the benefits, and that new risks will not be introduced by the changes made.
The following video shows an example of an employee installing a fuel tank cover underneath the car (left) and with the car rotated 90 degrees (right).
We can then evaluate each technique side-by-side using our biomechanical models to determine which will have the least risk, and whether the cost of installing cranes on the assembly line that can rotate a car 90 degrees is justified.