Chris Heyde, was a prestigious member of the Institute of Industrial Engineers Australia (IIEA). IIEA bestows “The Chris Heyde Award” on its eminent members.
In the 70s Chris developed MODular Arrangement of Predetermined Time Standards (MODAPTS), a work measurement technique, used during the 80s and 90s throughout Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and the United States of America. Later Chris invented WORKplace capABILITY with MODAPTS (WORKABILITY with MODAPTS) the potential of which was seen by Occupational Therapists (OTs) who later developed it, in conjunction with Chris, as Workability II and III.
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