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PROergonomics offers PROfessional, PROactive and PROductive ergonomic solutions that will aid in improving your company’s ergonomics and health & safety programs.

By implementing a proactive systems-based approach, we help our clients achieve work processes that have a positive return on investment!

Contact us today to schedule a free consultation, or for information on how we can customize a service package to meet your company’s needs.

 


An Office Ergonomic Assessment is done to ensure that employees working at a computer are set-up correctly to minimize or prevent discomfort. Ultimately, proper workstation set-up will also create a more efficient work flow and maximize productivity.

The Ergonomic Consultant and the employee will work together to achieve the optimal working set-up by discussing existing set-...

PROergonomics training is designed to provide a higher level of education and awareness on ergonomics, health & safety and wellness topics.  Our goal is always to provide hands on, practical sessions that really engage attendees - we want them to be active participants in the training session, not just 'attendees'. Using pictures, videos and examples or case...

A Physical Demands Assessment (PDA) is a document that describes the physical requirements of a job. A Cognitive Demands Assessment (CDA) describes the cognitive requirements of a job. Often people refer to a document that combines these requirements as a Job Demands Assessment (JDA).

Most frequently, a PDA/CDA (or JDA) is used in the Disability Management process to provide...

An Ergonomic Risk Assessment is a quantitative analysis which identifies hazards and determines the level of risk of developing musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) in a job/task.  

PROergonomics uses an objective measurement process to gather quantitative data, including relevant weights, push/pull forces, grip forces, working heights, reaches, postures and frequency of ta...

A Job Match Assessment is used to determine whether a specific employee’s documented functional abilities are a match to a specific job/task in order to aid in their successful return to work.

PROergonomics’ Job Match Assessment compares an employee’s functional abilities (as per the employee’s Functional Abilities Form (FAF), Functional Abilities Eva...

An Ergonomic Design Review is an assessment done before implementation of new equipment, tools, workstations or changes to the workstation layout and flow.  The goal of an Ergonomic Design Review is to ensure the proposed design will meet the ergonomic and accessibility needs of your facility and employees.

Design reviews minimize overall costs by:

A Job Hazard Assessment (JHA) is a document that focuses on identifying the safety risks associated with a job task prior to occurrence.  The goal of the document is to comply with Occupational Health & Safety legislation and ensure that job hazards are identified, prioritized and controlled (i.e. policies and procedures, PPE).

This is a versatile, multi department tool t...