174 Spadina Ave
Individual Ergonomic Assessment: Office and Computer Workstation
This detailed assessment is aimed at identifying ergonomics-related risk factors for office employees who use computer workstations. Extensive information regarding employee discomfort is collected; essential duties are observed; physical measurements are collected; and employees are coached on work practices including how to adjust furniture and equipment. Practical recommendations are developed to improve comfort, reduce musculoskeletal injury risk and prevent future musculoskeletal discomforts or injuries. Recommendations are presented in a comprehensive report and cover workstation layout and design, furniture, equipment and accessories, as well as work organization, work procedures, psychosocial factors and work practices.
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