We use surveys to gather information from people we do not have an opportunity to meet personally, perhaps because they work on other shifts, or in remote locations. We also use surveys when we want to give people time to consider their responses. This article focuses on the value of pre-assessment surveys in an industrial environment.
We know ours does. How? We follow up. Our ergo assessment process starts AND ends with a comfort survey, which we score. We therefore have quantitative baseline measures of discomfort, by body part, which we can cross-reference to ensure that the changes that we made improved the situation. There are many comfort surveys available, so […]