A Workplace Ergonomic Risk Assessment examines work place and task design to ensure they are suitable for the users’ capabilities and / or limitations.
The aim of a Workplace Ergonomic Risk Assessment is to improve employee health, productivity and retention by identifying the workplace risk factors that can increase the risk of musculoskeletal discomfort, injury, fatigue and stress and making recommendations to reduce or eliminate the identified factors.
A Workplace Ergonomic Risk Assessment can be carried out to address a specific issue with a single user and their workstation or with a work group to reduce risk and improve functionality within a defined work area.
It can be utilised in conjunction with an overall health and safety review of a work area, as a proactive policy to improve employee health and engagement, as a reactive response to reported issues and as part of a return-to-work protocol.
Assessment length varies based on role.
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