Our Core Ergonomic Services

  • Office

    Employees at non-adjustable workstations were found to generate 20 times the workers compensation costs of employees at user-adjustable workstations with
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  • Laboratory

    Did you know that increasing your employees' comfort will result in 2-10% increase in productivity? At 2%, that's a full
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  • Industry / Trades

    What will YOUR ROI be? Aresearch review of 250 case studies, across many industries, found a return of $45.50 for
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  • Fire / EMS

    Many firefighter injuries occur in, on, or around the apparatus. We provide a range of injury prevention and ergonomic services
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Ergo Girls!

ErgoTips & Tidbits

Mousing

Does your hand get tired of mousing? Keep these tips in mind to reduce hand/wrist/forearm discomfort: 

  1. Keep the mouse / pointing device close to the keyboard to reduce your reach.
  2. Use keyboard shortcut keys to reduce frequent scrolling and clicking. This reduces the demands on your pointer and middle fingers that do all the work when using a mouse.
  3. When you are not actively using it, take your hand off of the mouse / pointing device; do not hover your fingers over the buttons waiting for your next click. Instead, rest your hand next to the mouse with your thumb toward the ceiling.
  4. Alternate hands when using the mouse / pointing device.

Testimonials

Olympian Precast Inc.

"We have gone 443 days without an injury here. We credit your exercises – which they are still doing every day - with helping make this happen. Our recorded accident history goes back to 1988, and this is a first!” — Owner, Olympian Precast Inc.