Workplace Injury Prevention
Our team of ergonomics specialists strives to help businesses prevent workplace injuries and reduce costs by focusing on health, safety, and human performance.
IMPROVE Workplace SAFETY
Let us show you how we can help you develop a proactive, sustainable workplace safety process, which not only prioritizes your injury risk issues, but also allows you to respond to a potential injury before it actually occurs.
INCREASE Employee PRODUCTIVITY
We help companies reduce the cost of lost productivity and poor employee performance – both of which can be avoided by improving ergonomics in the workplace.
PREVENT Workplace INJURY
By identifying and alleviating the underlying causes, we can help you reduce the incidence, severity and associated costs of work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WRMSDs). We bring knowledge of ergonomic principles that results in proven strategies to boost your bottom line.
We work closely with our clients to understand their needs. This results in individually customized programs to provide comprehensive workplace ergonomics.
Performance Ergonomics works with employers to manage risk in the work environment. As ergonomics consultants, our professional service offerings help ensure that consistent and accurate information is accessible to those concerned with risk management, workers’ compensation, and safety initiatives. We match the demands of the job to the physical capabilities of workers, which, in turn, leads to improved efficiency and increased productivity. We help all types of industries reduce work-related musculoskeletal injuries, and we will work with your organization to develop customized programs that improve both employee wellness and profitability.
Reduce Lost Work Time
Our goal is to address each worker’s discomfort prior to it becoming a chronic condition that results in the loss of function and the loss of work time
Understand Job Functions
We believe successful management of musculoskeletal disorder (MSD) claims requires meaningful data in order to accelerate return-to-work programs. We provide onsite assessments that define the true physical demands of the job and identify factors hindering recovery.
Adjust Physical Demands
Despite medical care, and rehabilitation some injured workers fail to return to pre-injury functional levels. Let us find low-cost solutions, which reduce job-related physical demands and match work capabilities.
Reduce your exposure and control your costs by allowing us to work in conjunction with your safety, facilities management, occupational, and environmental health teams. Together, we can improve both human performance and workplace safety.
Ergonomics Company Service Offerings
Here are some details of the types of work we do to help solve ergonomic challenges in the workplace.
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Helping you stay current on topics and issues related to Ergonomics in the workplace.
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