Ergonomic Training

We offer a variety of training topics ranging from general ergonomics principals to custom experiences that will fit your needs.



Training Offerings:

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This easy to comprehend training session explains the basics of ergonomics, teaching your team members how to identify ergonomic related risks within specific job functions.

Employees gain the experience to:

  • Identify existing risks within job functions
  • Understand how ergonomic injuries occur
  • Identify signs and symptoms of MSDs

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Employees who are responsible for ergonomics at your facility will be educated on how to identify, evaluate, prioritize and solve ergonomic related problems.

Employees gain the experience to:

  • Identify potential risks within job functions
  • Conduct risk assessments (using multiple risk tools)
  • Prioritize job functions with risk and implement
  • Understand common methods to solve ergonomic problems and develop corrective actions.

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Engineers will learn ergonomic design principals using anthropometric measurements. Principals will include measurements of heights, reaches, clearances, grips, forces and cognitive factors that effect the human during operations.

Employees gain the experience to:

  • Observe poor examples of product and work-station design
  • Understand efforts needed to correct poor existing designs



This is a customized hands on “train-the-trainer” event centered around learning proper bio-mechanic techniques of specific manual handling tasks. This includes 3 primary educational components: “LEARN, DO, SEE, DESIGN”.

Key Take Aways:

  • Trainers receive a certification to lead future Bootcamps with employees.
  • Participants learn both general and specific techniques for safely handling items in the workplace.
  • The facility receives expert advise on making engineering modifications to the workplace to improve manual handling conditions.



This annual program consists of 3 progressive levels that provide framework and guidance for a facility to build a foundation and infrastructure for an ergonomics program. It is designed for facilities with a dedicated ergo champion and ergonomic committee of employees from different departments.

Key Take Aways:

  • Receive applicable training, tools and assignments (monthly)
  • Receive guidance and expert support for difficult problems (on-going)
  • Build a sustainable ergonomics program

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Certified Ergonomics Office Assessor (CEOA)

This easy to comprehend training session explains the basics of office ergonomics, teaching your resources how to identify ergonomic problems, conduct assessments and make adjustments to how the employee interacts within their work space.

Key Take Aways:

  • Trainers receive a certification to conduct future office assessments
  • Understand various equipment and products in the office space
  • Understand the importance of making adjustments to the office layout