Work related musculoskeletal pain disorders can be prevented through understanding how to fit work to your body.
Ergo360™ is designed to prevent repetitive work strain injuries without placing excessive strain on any one part of the body as well as limiting fatigue, stress, discomfort and injury. This allows optimum human performance in the workplace. Ergonomics ensures good occupational health and safety to optimise performance and productivity.
Ergo360™ helps employees and employers get the most out of life. Ergo360™ will provide an exceptional opportunity for employers and human resource managers who recognize that having fit, healthy and happier employees can be one of their company’s greatest assets.
1) Ergonomics Consultancy:
– Risk Assessment: Help individuals identify health risk factors in the workplace environment, workstation at which they work and how they perform work
– Provide recommendations and suggestions to eliminate or minimise ergonomics risks and hazards
– Ergonomic work station evaluation with a comprehensive individual report
2) Ergonomics Educational Training: Talks/Workshops/Seminars:
Educate the employees about the potential stressors and causes of injury in their daily work environment. It is also to make sure that employees realise that they stand to lose the most out of getting injured at work (not just the company’s loss of productivity). By participating in our training, employees can be adequately armed with the knowledge on how to prevent such injuries from happening in the future. Our trainings may be conducted in the form of talks, workshops or seminars.
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A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN ERGONOMIC ADVICES VERSUS ERGONOMIC PLUS PHYSIOTHERAPY INTERVENTION IN LOW BACK PAIN
Sandipkumar. Parekh, Dr. N.R Phatak.International Journal of Physiotherapy and Research, Int J Physiother Res 2014, Vol 2(5):719-24. ISSN 2321-1822.
‘ Physiotherapy plus ergonomic intervention to give greater improvement in pain, and functional performance in chronic low back pain.’
Knowledge Gaps and Research Challenges in the Contemporary Ergonomics . Kim IJ, J Ergonomics 2015, 5:1 http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/2165-7556.1000e134
‘Ergonomics has significantly contributed to the design improvements for all kinds of systems with people, work systems, and product/service systems and will continue to demonstrate its value more successfully to the industry stakeholders. ’
Ergonomic Training Reduces Musculoskeletal Disorders among Office Workers: Results from the 6-Month Follow-Up.
Norashikin Mahmud; Dianna Theadora Kenny; Raemy Md Zein; Siti Nurani Hassan
Malaysian J Med Sci. Apr-Jun 2011; 18(2): 16-26
Consistent reductions were observed for all musculoskeletal disorders at the follow-up time point among office workers who underwent ergonomic training.
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