Applied Safety + Ergonomics

Community Involvement

Applied Safety and Ergonomics is committed to our community and takes pride in giving back. The company and our staff offer charitable donations and volunteer time to a number of vital causes. Some of the organizations we work with include:

For many years, ASE has supported the innovative work of Nice Works Productions in the development of the Legacies Project.

To collect elders’ stories, the Legacies Project brings together two groups that don’t often interact: teenagers and senior citizens. High school and college students are trained to work with community elders to videotape their personal histories over multiple visits. The students then data tag the stories to make them keyword searchable when the raw videos are posted in the online archive.

The Legacies Project’s constantly expanding, publicly-accessible online video archive provides an engaging way to teach and learn history. But the greater benefits are far more personal — communities come closer together, elders’ stories are captured, students find new mentors and friends, parents of students and children of elders see new sides of their family members, and public screenings cap off the experience around the Project’s essential core: the sharing of stories.

ASE has provided support for Undergraduate and Graduate Student professional development through funding for professional conference attendance and dinner seminars for the univerity’s Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Chapter. Numerous professionals at ASE have served as guest lecturers at the University of Michigan.

ASE has provided financial support to the Michigan Mock Trial team.


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Applied Safety and Ergonomics has been providing valuable analysis, insight, answers, training, data, and problem solving strategies in consultation and expert witness capacities to help clients make informed decisions since 1994.