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Ergonomic Assessments of Workstations

Your people can spend more time at their desks than they do sleeping.

The most common cause of injury at work is through overuse. Small forces, sitting, clicking, that add up and cause sprains and strains. Make sure the ergonomic workstation setup isn’t increasing risk of injury.

To target safest ergonomic setups,

  • Get staff comfy using a trained medical professional
  • Incorporate personalised injury prevention strategy, SSTM® straight away
  • Use evidence-based protocols for change of position
  • Action simple, no cost or cost-effective changes immediately

You can choose the type of Ergonomic Assessment that suits you:

SELECT YOUR WORKSTATION ERGONOMIC ASSESSMENT PROGRAM

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  • Get the ergonomic workstation setup safe and correct
  • Implement personal Injury Prevention program SSTM® techniques for problem body areas straight away
  • Body management for sitting
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  • Get the ergonomic workstation setup safe and correct
  • Implement personal Injury Prevention programs: SSTM® for problem body areas straight away.
  • Body management for standing.
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Your entire team can be trained in the basics of ergonomic workstation setups while also empowered with SSTM® Injury Prevention strategy. This is a fun session that introduces staff to ergonomic principles as well as teaching specific desk related body management skills.

After the session staff have individual ergonomic assessments and are taken through personal Injury Prevention SSTM® protocols to target their own specific tension and problem areas.

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This is a fun, hands on session to show your people how to use sit to stand desks safely and correctly. It covers SSTM® injury prevention protocols for both sitting and standing and looks at best practice schedules for both positions.

After the session staff have individual ergonomic assessments and are taken through individual SSTM® Injury Prevention protocols to target their specific tension/pain.

To book an assessment or to discuss workstation assessment strategy you can contact us on (07) 3847 8040, alternatively email [email protected] or submit a form on our Contact Us page.

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