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Our ergonomic consulting services support litigation with regard to work related repeated trauma and overexertion injuries, including associated product, equipment, or tool use. We are able to help clients:

  • Estimate workplace, task, and product use risk
  • Develop plaintiff and defendant strategies
  • Develop and conduct on-site investigations
  • Educate legal professionals concerning specific types of injuries or disorders, workplace factors, anatomical structures, and associated research
  • Review and critique expert witness testimony
  • Review and investigate marketing related statements

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Methods and Techniques
We utilize various methods and techniques based on research and published best practices, including:

  • User observation and surveying
  • User centered product testing
  • Time study and work sampling methods
  • Biomechanical modeling
  • Physiological modeling
  • Repetitive lifting analysis
  • Anthropometry measurement and calculation
  • Direct measurement

Direct Measurement
When necessary, we utilize sophisticated equipment and techniques to quantify worker biofeedback (e.g., bodily responses) and workplace factors, including:

  • Electromyography (EMG): To identify muscle use, relative effort levels, and fatigue potential
  • Electrogoniometry: To identify postural deviations or non-neutral postures, and motion patterns
  • Heart rate monitoring: To identify heart rate elevations to estimate physiological demand or cost of work
  • Lumbar Motion Monitor (LMM): To identify 3D back postures and motion
  • Pressure mapping: To identify pressure and force levels, distributions, and patterns
  • Vibration/shock: To identify random oscillation or impulse magnitudes imposed on the hand-arm or whole body
  • Heat stress monitoring: To identify thermal environmental factors and worker exposure
  • Noise monitoring/dosimetry: To identify sound levels and exposure to the ambient environment or specific source
  • Illumination monitoring: To identify light levels and uniformity ratios relative to existing fixtures and layouts

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