A full office ergonomics assessment should result in improvided comfort. This article describes how a full assessment is conducted, and when it might not result in improvement.
Someone once said that you can “go anywhere if you look serious and carry a clipboard”. If you’ve ever seen an ergonomist in a workplace wearing a tool pouch or a backpack, you may have wondered what’s in the bag. Kirsten made a video to let you in on our secrets. As for the […]
by Danielle Hiltz As ergonomists, one of the most frequently used tools in our tool kit is the force gauge. We use it to measure push and pull forces, and object weights. Therefore, when it comes time to purchase one, we have to carefully consider whether to go with a digital or analog instrument. If […]