Published April 2, 2018
An article in the Dayton Daily News about the March 22 death of a forklift operator at an automotive glass company in Moraine, Ohio, and concerns that high-pressure work environments across the country are causing more injuries on the job interviews Lora Cavuoto, assistant professor of industrial and systems engineering.
“There may be some systematic changes that are happening with regards to stress and fatigue, that are leading more to tense work environments, that are contributing more to higher pressure,” she said. “That can contribute to workplace violence or transportation accidents.”
Read the story here.