EVALUATIONS

An ergonomic evaluation is a consultation with an employee at his or her workstation; a job duty evaluation is similar but covers jobs where computer work is not the primary task. The purpose of both is to educate employees about their active role in injury prevention and to minimize ergonomic risk factors such as awkward postures or forceful exertions through education and/or equipment adjustment/changes.

Evaluation Type

Ergonomic Evaluation – Proactive


Perfect for symptom-free new hires or current employees who have moved workstations, have new equipment, or changed job tasks. The focus is on proper ergonomic set-up and safe work practices and includes ergonomic assessment, education, on-the-spot recommendations, a report including anthropometric and materials measurements, pictures (as allowed per company policy), along with recommendations that address the employee's specific needs.




Ergonomic Evaluation – Comprehensive


Appropriate for employees who have current symptoms or reports of discomfort, are returning to work after injury or surgery, or perform at-risk tasks. This in depth one-on-one evaluation includes interview, ergonomic assessment, education related to the specific symptoms and safe practices, on-the spot recommendations, a detailed report including anthropometric and materials measurements, pictures (as allowed per company policy), along with recommendations that address the employee's specific needs.




Job Duty Evaluation – Proactive


Best for symptom-free new hires or current employees who have changed job tasks who work primarily in a non-desk-based environment. The focus is on proper body mechanics and safe work practices and includes job duty assessment, education, on-the-spot recommendations, a report including anthropometric and materials measurements, pictures and/or video (as allowed per company policy), along with recommendations that address the employee's specific needs.




Job Duty Evaluation – Comprehensive


This is recommended for employees who work primarily in a non-desk-based environment and have current symptoms or reports of discomfort, are returning to work after injury or surgery, or perform at-risk tasks. This in depth one-on-one evaluation includes interview, job duty assessment, education related to the specific symptoms, on-the-spot recommendations, a detailed report including anthropometric and materials measurements as indicated, pictures and/or video (as allowed per company policy), along with recommendations that address the employee's specific needs.





Margie
Administrative Coordinator
Pharmacy

Thank you for all of your assistance and going above and beyond in getting me the assistance I need to be able to modify my tools where possible for me to be able to continue working.  You are awesome!!

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PO Box 235876

Encinitas, CA 92023-5876

San Diego

info@goldenergonomics.com

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