Specializing in Human Performance, Health, and Inclusion
Ergonomic Assessments in St John's and Surrounding Areas
Completed by an Occupational Therapist with over 20 years experience with ergonomic assessments.
Onsite Office Ergonomic Assessment
Completed by an experienced occupational therapist certified in Newfoundland and Labrador, an office ergonomic assessment (also known as workstation review) is an assessment of the workstation to ensure a proper fit with the worker.
Remote Office Ergonomic Assessment
Working from home is a new reality for most of us. An ergonomic assessment using videoconferencing technology can be an effective method for maximizing health and comfort working from home.
Repetitive Strain Injury Prevention Seminar
A visual and auditory presentation to a group of employees for the purpose of educating main risk factors of RSI for computer work. The seminar can be onsite or remote and covers risk factors and solutions to prevent RSI.
Back Injury Prevention Seminar
A visual and auditory presentation to a group of employees for the purpose of educating main risk factors of back injury. The seminar usually takes about 1.5 hours and covers spine and musculature anatomy, risk factors, and proper lifting body mechanics.
Industrial Ergonomic Assessment
Similar to the Office Ergonomic Assessment but in a service related field or manufacturing area.
In depth assessment of the workplace to identify barriers for persons with disabilities. The assessment includes recommendations to bridge any barriers and aid in an inclusive workplace.
What Are The Benefits To Employees?
Good Ergonomics will benefit employees with:
- Increased Comfort
- Improved Job Satisfaction
- Improved Health and Wellness
What Are The Benefits To Employers?
Good Ergonomics will benefit employers with:
- Injury Prevention
- Reduced Absenteeism
- Improved Productivity