Healthy Ergonomics provides different levels of ergonomic consultations from basic to extended. All workstation evaluations involve individual meeting with employee followed by observation of employee performing work duties. All possible appropriate adjustments will be made to workstation at time of evaluation.
Basic Office Evaluation
This type of assessment is designed for the non-symptomatic employee. Typically employers seek these assessments for new employees to ensure they begin employment symptom-free. Same day written summary provided to supervisor/manager. Multiple workstation discount available for basic evaluations if done in same day.
Extensive Office Evaluation
This type of evaluation is designed for the worker experiencing work related discomfort. It involves photographs as well as specific measurements. A detailed report is provided to employer within 72 hours. Individual instruction in proper body mechanics and exercise provided if indicated.
Remote Office Evaluation
Due to vast landscape of Alaska, we realize it is not always possible or feasible to travel to remote locations to perform an evaluation. We have worked with remote workers to conduct these evaluations via questionnaires and digital photos.
Healthy Ergonomics offers ergonomic training courses for employees and management. Assistance provided in implementation of ergonomic program consistent with OSHA guidelines.
With our broad range of experience we are able to provide a diverse number of seminars including, but not limited to:
Creation and implementation of workplace stretching programs
Implementing ergonomics at work
Prevention of common workplace injuries: sprains and strains
How to stay healthy at work
How to stay Healthy at work
Customized wellness seminar upon request
Customized wellness seminars provided upon request.
Physical Demands/Job Analysis
Job Analysis is the process used to collect information about the duties, responsibilities and physical skills required to perform a particular job. The therapist/ergonomist observes worker performing their job including measurement of forces and observation of working postures in order to create a functional job description