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Our ergonomic workplace consulting services provide complete guidance and technical support for safety and health programs and ergonomics initiatives within industrial, service and office work environments. We are able to help clients:

  • Prepare for federal or state regulations
  • Develop, audit, and implement a corporate ergonomics program or process
  • Develop corrective action plans to assist program development
  • Improve work efficiency, profitability, realize positive return-on-investments
  • Develop and track cost/benefit metrics
  • Access ergonomic relative risk
  • Reduce cumulative trauma disorders (CTDs), musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), epeated trauma and overexertion injuries and associated costs
  • Design new or modify existing jobs, tasks, and equipment
  • Develop and implement prioritized solutions
  • Train and educate strategic personnel on ergonomic program components, team problem solving, adverse health outcomes, risk factor awareness, and use of proper work methods
  • Develop content for print and web-based communication materials

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

  • Committee formation and utilization
  • Checklists and surveys
  • 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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