Occupational Health Services

Office Ergonomic Assessments

Office Ergonomic Assessments

Ensure your employees work stations are conducive to productivity and enable them to carry out their duties efficiently

Ergonomics is the study of the kind of work you do, the environment you work in, and the tools you use to do your job. The goal of office ergonomics is to set up your office workspace so that it fits you and the job you are doing.

When your workstation is set up right, you may:

  • Be less likely to have problems such as headaches or eye strain.
  • Reduce neck and back pain.
  • Prevent bursitis or tendon pain that are linked to doing the same task over and over (repetitive tasks).

A StaffCare Office Ergonomic Assessment covers an initial self-assessment questionnaire that highlights any current discomfort or pain.  This is followed by a 1 on 1 review and after each assessment is completed you will receive a comprehensive written report.