Our simple, confidential on-line screening tool can help larger groups identify and prioritize individuals with more significant ergonomic concerns.
Our simple, brief and confidential online discomfort survey can support your organization in identifying and prioritizing employees with concerns. Many of our clients use our survey as part of their established ergonomics process. With the recent significant change in office work environments, our discomfort survey can serve as a practical screening tool to identify, prioritize and monitor employee discomfort concerns.
Our tool can include a custom introduction to help employees understand the purpose of the survey and to establish expectations for communication after the survey is completed. At a minimum, we will provide a basic report of participation and percentage of employees reporting high, moderate and low discomfort.
When paired with our office ergonomic evaluation services, deployment of our discomfort tool is free. If you would prefer to use our survey to complement your own ergonomic services, we can work with you to provide a report and pricing. Please go here to request a discomfort survey.
I really appreciate your efforts, and I agree fully with all the concepts you teach. There is nothing more that I would love, than to get the culture of everyone here in woodlands to be proactive about preparing yourself physically for the job – office or fieldwork…it’s the root to many of the injuries we see.
Kerri Simmons / Safety and FMS Coordinator, Canfor
Participants will gain practical knowledge on how to use their bodies properly and how to implement healthy movement habits to improve their quality of life.
A one-on-one virtual ergonomics assessment specifically for home office workers. Designed to prevent and reduce joint and muscle pain associated with poor home office ergonomics.
After your team has attended our webinar (to cover basic home office ergonomics) we would recommend providing each employee with a 10 to 15 minute individual remote review of their workstation.