Ergonomic assessments are designed to identify potential injury risk factors associated with workplace activities such as high repetition, awkward postures, and high forces, as well as other factors that can affect how tasks are performed. These assessments can be customized to address a specific worker's health concerns or conducted on a preventative basis to mitigate potential risk factors for a group of employees.
Our assessments involve an evaluation of the work station and typical duties, with recommendations provided to reduce the impact of risk factors. These recommendations may include improvements to worker positioning, modifications to work style, new tools and equipment, new furniture, and adjustments to the work space. It's worth noting that our ergonomic assessments are not limited to office workers and can be conducted for a wide range of jobs, including labour, production, and skilled trade positions.