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Office Ergonomic Audits

Office Audit

Ergonomic audits review a company’s work environments, workstation layouts, and observe the posture biomechanics of employees while performing tasks at their workplaces.  Audits evaluate workers’ workplace behaviors, the workstations’ design strengths and weaknesses, and identify barriers to proper work methods which increase the physical requirements of the job. Entire office facilities’ or specific departments’ can benefit from addressing an ergonomic audit’s findings and recommendations.

Steps involved: 

  • Determining which management positions should be involved in an ergonomics program
  • Discussing the company's response procedures for employee's complaints or signs of injury
  • Ergonomic observation of employees interacting with the office equipment
  • Personal interviews with pre-selected employees about workplace comfort
  • Measurement of workplace compliance with ergonomic standards
  • Providing direction to immediate priorities and opportunities for improvement
  • Selection of appropriate ergonomic equipment modifications
  • Cost analysis and ergonomic budgeting to meet ergonomic compliance

 

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Commercial Ergonomic Audits

Call us for Facility AuditingCommercial businesses and organizations are involved in the trade of goods and services to consumers.  Traditionally they have a diverse workforce from front office administrative services, sales, customer service and accounting to processing, packing and shipping of orders. Ergonomic audits determine how well a business’ office environment, production department and distribution center meet current ergonomic guidelines and standards. Addressing the findings of an audit can result in more productive work methods for all tasks and a positive outcome for the bottom line of your business.

Steps involved:

  • Determining which management positions should be involved in an ergonomics program
  • Discussing the company's response procedures for employee's complaints or signs of injury
  • Observation of employees working in all front and back office operations
  • Measurement of workplace compliance with ergonomic standards
  • Ergonomic compliance report presenting each department’s functionality
  • Providing direction to immediate priorities and opportunities for improvement
  • Selection of appropriate ergonomic equipment modifications
  • Cost analysis and ergonomic budgeting to meet ergonomic compliance

 

Call us for a facility audit quote.

 

Industrial Ergonomic Audits

Call us for Facility audit quoteManufacturing, industrial and processing tasks are frequently repetitive. These jobs can put employees at risk for Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs) and risk factors such as awkward postures, use of excessive muscle force, repetition, duration, compression, vibration, and temperature extremes. Improvements for employee ergonomic and safety programs are suggested and corrective ergonomic equipment is recommended to maximize productivity.

Steps involved:

  • Determining which supervisory positions should be involved in an ergonomics program
  • Discussing the company's response procedures for employee's complaints or signs of injury
  • Observation of tasks, working tools, and the biomechanics of the employees 
  • Identifying ergonomic hazards at the workplace and at-risk worker biomechanics
  • Presenting control measures to reduce known ergonomic risks
  • Selection of appropriate ergonomic equipment modifications
  • Cost analysis and ergonomic budgeting to meet ergonomic compliance

 

Call us for a facility audit quote.

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