ler·go·nom·ics /,lerge’nämiks/ noun noun: lergonomics teaching the study of people’s efficiency in their working environment.
People saved by Lergonomics this week
% of people affected by bad posture
Chances lergonomics can help you today!
At Ergonomics we are here to help you save money. People with the tools to work with proper ergonomics will be more efficient and help you achieve your business goals.
We are certified in OSHA compliant ergonomics assessments through the Back School of Alanta too. lergonomics business will consist of the following services:
Ergonomic Evaluation & Consultation
Ergonomic Evaluation/Consultation with written report for Individual employees. Consultation self-initiated by company or doctor ordered for employees with complaints of work-related discomfort or pain.
– On-site, consultation with the individual or group
– Observation of work habits and assessment of the employee’s workstation
– Obtain understanding of the employee’s job and how he/she functions within the workstation.
– Work and personal history taken for possible causes of discomfort
– Postural and body mechanics explained
– Immediate correction of potential risks factors in the work environment and instruction on the proper use and setting of existing equipment
– Recommend solutions with new or replacement equipment, if needed.
– Written report with specific actions taken and recommendations.
– Follow-up once recommendations are in place
The Ergonomic Wellness Program
The Ergonomic Wellness program for an entire company, division or department.
Pro-Active approach for low-risk, symptom-free employee base to promote optimal ergonomic fit between the employee and their workstation.
– Audit (walk-through) of existing workstations.
– Provide education (group training) on importance of ergonomics for their well-being and how to evaluate their own work environments.
– Make individual recommendations for repositioning existing equipment such as monitors, keyboards/mice, printers, cpu’s etc.
– Work with existing equipment, such as adjusting chairs, to better utilize the equipment.
– Identify problem areas for employees who are most at-risk.
– Recommend cost-conscious solutions which may include new or replacement equipment where needed.
– Provide checklist to leave with the employee of recommended posture changes for self-monitoring their own work environment in the future.
– Provide summary report to management of individual recommendations