Safety Resources’ team of ergonomic analysts can help your company identify opportunities for risk mitigation through ergonomic improvements to the work area. Our consultants specialize in low-cost, high-return solutions to address ergonomic risk while maximizing the return on your investment. To identify and alleviate ergonomic risk, our team uses a proven five step process:

  1. Analyze the Task
  2. Identify Hazards
  3. Develop Solutions
  4. Implement Solutions
  5. Analyze the Result

The ergonomic process incorporates proven methodologies to measure risk and determine first priorities for implementation of ergonomic controls. Through a collaborative approach with your safety and risk management team, we will guide you to effective solutions that are cost effective and allow for immediate returns and injury reduction.

For effective control implementation, all implemented solutions are analyzed to ensure reduced risk and improved workstation ergonomics.

Our design process can be implemented in a variety of settings including, but not limited to:

  1. Office Workstation Design
  2. Manufacturing Processes
  3. Laboratory Techniques
  4. Patient Handling
  5. Agriculture
  6. General Construction

For all ergonomic improvements, our experienced staff will train your team for quick adaptation to changes in the process. Onsite training will allow for immediate improvement and retention for all improved workstation processes.

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Key Benefits of an Ergonomic Analysis
  • Decreased risk of musculoskeletal injury
  • Decreased worker’s compensation costs
  • Reduced turnover
  • Increased employee morale and job satisfaction
  • Increased employee longevity
A Word from Our Clients:

"[Safety Resources] always had the safety expertise we needed and I’ve always felt confident they’re bringing value to our investment."

-Jay Sullivan, Safety Director / Operations Manager at The Blakley Corporation

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