We practice evidence-based ergonomics. We believe that through a scientific approach,
job hazards can be identified and mitigated. We also believe an ergonomics job improvement
process can help identify possible solutions to the workplace that improve comfort,
ease-of-use, and quality.
Specializing in Railroad, Transportation and Industrial Workplaces
Providing Services in Ergonomics and Industrial Engineering Since 1994
JOB TASK ANALYSIS
Using standard industrial engineering and ergonomics methods to assess jobs and tasks, including hand-arm and whole-body vibration, lighting, sound, and slip resistance.
Analysis of the loads upon the primary joints of the body, including the low-back due to job task demands.
Using epidemiologically-based benchmarks to identify where the risk of musculoskeletal disorders may be elevated.
JOB IMPROVEMENT PROCESS
Improving the workplace through a controlled, scientific approach to assessing possible solutions.
Assessing capabilities in the context of specific job task requirements.
Assessing job task requirements in light of potential improvements and accommodations.