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ergonomic workplace assessment.

Ergonomic hazards can lead to musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs)—the most common work-related injury. Maximise attendance and wellbeing with ergonomic workplace assessments.

Specialist ergonomic assessment and advice

For safe and comfortable work environments

Management training and culture-building

open plan workspace with desks and computer workstations

Identify risks

Through a variety of data capture & assessment tools we identify risk factors in your business—both on-site and off—then advise best next steps. Our injury prevention approach takes in workstations, tools, and posture.

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Improve wellbeing

We use design ergonomics and strategy to avoid ergonomic hazards and help you build a safe, healthy & comfortable workplace to improve employee wellbeing—for more productivity, & less time-off & claims.

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Increase awareness

Our programs use specialists to teach your leaders workspace setup & workplace wellbeing principles for injury prevention—which helps keep everyone healthier, safer & injury-free.

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“Keeping yourself, your employees and customers safe has never been more important than it is right now.”

Cathy McDonald Executive General Manager Vitality Works

Next in Ergonomic Workplace Assessment.

Want to find out more? Book a 15-min chat with one of our
Client Partnership Managers to discuss what’s next and best for your business.


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Ergonomic Workplace Assessment FAQ's

We study how your employees work to identify ergonomic risks.

We can educate managers and leaders using a ‘train the trainer’ workshop model.

It reduces risk of injury, increases productivity, and builds a culture of safety.

Yes, we adapt our assessments to ergonomics of offices and other sites.