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  • Initial intake interview and assessment of current workspace and related ergonomic factors
  • Identify potential ergonomic risk factors: assessment of computer equipment, accessories, seating and set up
  • Evaluation of work routine and environmental factors
  • Improve workstation design & layout with recommendations 
  • Discuss lighting issues and techniques for controlling monitor glare and reflection
  • Instruct user on chair features and review safe seating & postures
  • Review optimal keying and mousing techniques
  • Recommend correct ergonomic equipment, document location and telephone posture to encourage a neutral body position

Basic: We complete a two-page standardized checklist for each employee that provides a summary of observed postural risk factors, an assessment of currently installed workstation tools, and an improvement strategy. Basic assessments are most appropriate for employees experiencing mild levels of discomfort.

Overall employee time commitment: 30-45 minutes


Standard: Our ergonomists assess all workstation tools and write a comprehensive report that includes an analysis of discomfort levels, all potential postural risks, and other related sources of discomfort. We then compose a detailed improvement strategy for each employee. Standard assessments are best suited for employees experiencing moderate levels of discomfort.

Overall employee time commitment: 30-45 minutes


Advanced: Our advanced level expands to include a post-assessment check-up, 4-6 weeks following the initial assessment. We also administer a post-assessment survey to reassess employee discomfort levels and gauge the effectiveness of the intervention. Finally, our team generates a final report that analyzes pre and post discomfort data, provides recommendations for further improvement, and summarizes employee feedback. These advanced assessments are typically reserved for employees experiencing moderate to severe discomfort.

A remote ergonomic assessment with an ergonomic specialist to fully optimize your remote office, boost productivity, and protect yourself from injury and discomfort. Modern-day technology makes much of our work easier, yet it creates a whole new set of ergonomic risks. With more and more of us are working from home, it’s essential to prioritize your health, comfort, and productivity.