meet Carrie
from Taylor'd Ergonomics

Carrie is a Canadian Certified Professional Ergonomist (CCPE), and also a CPE in the USA. She has been leading Taylor'd Ergonomics since 1995. Carrie writes about ergonomics in her blog every week. If you'd like an email to let you know when she's written a new article, sign up here.


To get to know Carrie, Josie, and Sara, check out their interviews.


If you're interested in our services, please read below.

on-site ergo
Taylor'd Ergonomics' flagship program puts an ergonomist at your site for one or two days per week. The ergonomist becomes part of your team, handling all strain/sprain issues from new designs to employee accommodation. We bring in employee awareness materials at no extra cost, including weekly and monthly content, and regular ergo contests.
getting the most from sit-stand furniture
If you've invested in sit-stand desks, you'll want to ensure that employees are using them effectively. This program includes 12 modules that guide employees through the process of adjusting the desk, chair, screen, and more. It also motivates them to optimize the duration of standing each day, and provides exercises to promote strength and flexibility.
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Whatever you need to support your ergonomics program, we have it!

  • Purchase site licences for ready-made ergonomics awareness materials, "taylor'd" to different audiences.
  • Purchase ergo-imprinted swag to promote ergonomics awareness and participation.
  • Set up hazard-specific training for groups of employees.
  • You can even purchase an office-ergo assessment (in-person or remote).
not sure what you need?

Here are 20 examples of questions that an ergonomist can help you to answer:

1. Is this job "repetitive"? (PDA/CDA)

2. How much lifting does this job require? (PDA/CDA)

3. What are the essential duties of this job? (PDA/CDA)

4. Can this worker, with these medical limitations, do this job? (PDA/CDA + Demands-abilities evaluation)

5. Is this job likely to cause a back injury? (Ergo assessment)

6. How could we reduce the risk of injury on this job? (Ergo assessment)

7. If I make this change, what effect will it have on the risk of injury? (Ergo assessment)

8. What is the most "ergonomic" way to do this task? (Best practice)

9. We're building a new line. How can I make sure it's better for employees than the existing line? (Design review)

10. How can I provide hazard-specific training to ensure that workers are using good techniques for driving? (or lifting, or working at a computer) (Face-2-Face training)

11. How can I ensure that our supervisors are doing their part to support the musculoskeletal disorder (MSD) prevention program? (Face-2-Face training)

12. How can I ensure that employees do not suffer heat-related illness next summer? (Heat stress prevention)

13. How could my ergonomics program be improved? (Ergo audit)

14. What training is available to develop our in-house skills in office assessment, driver assessment, lifting coaching, ergonomics design, and PDAs? (Workshops)

15. How can our remote office employees get some help? (Home office awareness program, and Virtual office assessment)

16. We just purchased some sit-stand furniture; how can I make sure that it gets used properly? (Sit/stand e-learning)

17. Our MSD prevention program needs some fresh awareness material. What's available? (Ergo awareness licences)

18. We'd like to hand out some "ergo-themed" items at our next safety day. What's out there? (Swag)

19. What help is available to lead and maintain our MSD prevention program? (On-site ergo)

20. I have another MSD problem that I don't know how to solve. ( We can figure out an approach together!)

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