Ergonomics support that improves efficiency, safety, productivity and performance
We provide a full range of ergonomics (also known as human factors) services and have experience in delivering support to a broad range of projects. Our services are governed by our lead Chartered Ergonomist and Human Factors Specialist, Clyde Crawford, who has a wealth of expertise in workplace ergonomics. Furthermore, Ergability is a registered consultancy with the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors (CIEHF) which ensures our customers are provided with proven and accredited expertise.
We are skilled in evaluating physical, cognitive and organisational factors. Importantly we understand that each customers requirements are unique and align the level of human factors and ergonomics support with your needs and best practice guidelines. We have extensive experience in working with designers, inventors, engineers, human resources, safety and operational managers which ensures we understand that our support should always consider broader needs and factors. We provide support across all sectors such as manufacturing, healthcare, finance, medicine, education, sport, transport, mining and retail. We utilise a diverse range of assessment techniques to ensure our support is tailored to each customers requirements. Our techniques include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Work space planning and design
- Operational and management system review and optimisation
- Job and task design
- Workplace equipment design, procurement and installation
- Specialist risk management advice
- Auditing and gap analysis
- Ergonomic worksite assessments for injured or ill employees
- Display Screen Equipment (DSE) risk management
- Training services
Our services are provided in the following key areas:
From manufacturing equipment to consumer products and information technology interfaces we ensure there is an optimal fit between the user’s requirements and the form and function of the product. Our knowledge of human behaviour, cognition, biomechanics, anatomy, physiological capacity, health and anthropometry (body dimensions) allows us to facilitate optimal design by supporting design teams in developing new products and redesigning existing products.
Through the application of ergonomics principles to the design of buildings, workplaces and public spaces we can maximise their efficiency, safety and accessibility. Our support can be provided to a broad range of environments from train control rooms to transport check in terminals, desktop office environments and shopping centres.
Systems and Processes
Consideration of ergonomics principles in the design of systems and processes can enhance their effectiveness, reduce errors and optimise efficiency. We provide a broad range of support including, but not limited to, the following:
- Time and motion studies to identify task demands and staffing levels
- Training needs analysis to ensure training is context specific and in line with best practice evidence
- Physical and cognitive workload analysis to ensure task demands match user capabilities
- Review and development of safety management systems such as risk management and safe operating procedures
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)333 3554 184 if you would like to find out more about our ergonomics services.