Participatory ergonomics focuses on the way of involving workers in decisions which directly affect their well-being. Its aim is to match the technological developments and requirements of the business to the human needs of the workforce. This book details different participatory methods for introducing and implementing ergonomics. The rationale, value, tools and guidelines are reviewed by specialists in the area, and specific applications are considered for a range of settings, problems and organizational cultures. This book highlights the need for employee participation to be included in current and future business plans by discussing the experiences of practical case studies where ergonomic changes have been implemented.