Relief from Musculoskeletal Disorders
Relief from Tendinitis
Relief from Carpal Tunnel
Muscle strains and low back injuries
Increase in blood flow and mental clarity
Weight loss and an additional 340 calories per day burned by spending two hours standing
Increased work output and quality
Improves employee engagement
70% reduction in lost workdays
Decrease in worker’s compensation and
additional medical care
Less workplace disruption, lost productivity
By applying ergonomics to their work environments, companies can experience a ripple effect of benefits. When a company takes a proactive approach to employee safety and well-being, employees take notice of this active stance on their wellness. They report higher levels of job satisfaction and show higher commitment levels. Employees’ positive reaction to this demonstrated care for their health yields a variety of benefits, such as decreased turnover rates and better work quality, as well as improved output, engagement and morale. When employees are more committed to a company, they are more productive and even display more initiative and effort in the tasks performed. As a result of higher employee engagement, satisfaction and productivity, the company projects an improved corporate image, which may lead to better community relationships and a more impactful brand.
A forest products company saved over $1 million in workers' compensation and other costs from 2001 to 2006 by investing approximately $50,000 in safety improvements and employee training costs. The company has participated in OSHA's Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP) since 1998.
Our experienced team will come and help you identify where you are and where you need to be. We also assess
potential risk factors that can contribute to musculoskeletal disorders and pinpoint opportunities for improvement.