Ergonomic Work Well Assessments
For staff who do not have an injury or pain but who require an assessment to enable staff to work in a biomechanically sound manner. These assessments are normally done for groups of three or more staff.
This includes an assessment of the ergonomics and a work method analysis in relation to the specific requirements of the staff member’s role and body dimensions aimed at improving user comfort and performance as well as health and safety. There is a focus on empowering the individual to gain knowledge on favourable posture and approach to work to support their overall health and wellbeing. An individual report is provided for each staff member seen.
This is a comprehensive assessment for staff who are experiencing pain or discomfort, have had an injury or medical condition impacting on their workability.
This in-depth assessment includes gaining medical and pertinent background information together with information about the staff member’s physical presentation. Work methods and ergonomic analyses are undertaken specifically in relation to the staff member’s functional presentation. Recommendations are made to support the individual to optimise their ability to manage their presentation and engage in work.
A comprehensive report will be forwarded to you as the primary contact outlining the findings and recommendations from the assessment.
Co Motion provides interactive staff workshops full of practical information and advice for office or manual workers.
Our presentation entitled “working well” is aimed at office-based staff to support them to gain insight into contributory factors to an experience of pain and discomfort. The focus of this workshop is to empower an individual with knowledge on how to work well to minimise the risk of gradual process injuries. Specific training on how to set up a workstation is given. Education regarding basic anatomy, posture, and biomechanical principles are illustrated with practical examples and practical application.
Our manual handling workshop is aimed at staff who undertake manual handling as inherent in their roles. Specific training regarding manual handling techniques focusing on reducing back and upper limb injuries is provided. Education regarding basic anatomy, posture, and biomechanical principles are illustrated with practical examples and practical application relating to manual work.
Staff Training Workshop