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Ergonomics is centred around the design and planning of work tasks in order to improve human capabilities, comfort and performance.

In practice, ergonomics comprises of the study of activities in the work environment in order to comprehend the manner in which employees carry out work tasks.

Human performance is affected by:

  • Physical ergonomics: the physical requirements of an activity
  • Cognitive ergonomics: the way information in relation to the task is presented to the person
  • Organisational ergonomics: how work is organised, for example shift patterns

Workplace Ergonomic Assessments aim to:

  • Reduce the likelihood of accidents
  • Decrease worker compensation & healthcare costs
  • Increase employee productivity
  • Promote safer & healthier employees and workplace
  • Increase staff morale

Ergonomic Services provided by LCE Workplace Safety include:

Who needs Workplace Ergonomics?

Workplaces that employ processes or systems of work that contribute to WRULDs (Work Related Upper Limb Disorders); RSI (Repetitive Strain Disorders), awkward postures, forceful exertions, repetitive motions or duration of exposure should consider workplace ergonomic assessments.

Additionally, any professionals who wish to significantly improve the ergonomic setup and functionalities in their organisation for improved productivity and performance.

Why choose LCE Workplace Safety for Workplace Ergonomics?

LCE works with all businesses from window cleaners to builders to multinationals, including pharma and biopharma companies. Our practical approach, in keeping with our mission statement to Exceed customer expectations and redefine the perception of consultancy services, ensures our clients know they are working with the best. That is why our clients remain with LCE.
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Get in touch with LCE Workplace Safety today to get further information on Workplace Ergonomics

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