The purpose of an ergonomic assessment is to identify and control risk factors for work-related MSDs and to improve worker comfort, health, safety and performance.
Office Ergonomic Assessments
The purpose of an office ergonomic assessment is to identify work-related risk factors for discomfort and musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), to improve a worker’s awareness of ergonomics and MSDs, and to provide solutions to enhance a worker's comfort, health, and safety.
Ergonomic Risk Assessments
The purpose of an ergonomic risk assessment is to identify MSD hazards that are present in a job and to determine the potential for a work-related MSD injury. Risk assessments are usually conducted when there is a history of MSDs or workers report discomfort or have concerns about the physical demands of a job.
Job Match Assessments
An effective job match benefits both the organization and the worker. A job match ensures that the organization is providing safe and suitable work that is within a worker’s physical abilities and/or medical restrictions.