Our ergonomic seminars embrace the “teach a man [or woman] how to fish” principles by equipping them with a basic knowledge on how to set up their own workstations with an emphasis on monitoring individual pains and acting upon what those pains can relate to.
These seminars focus on the “why” of ergonomics rather than trying to sell fancy equipment. Why is chair height important? Why do the keyboard and mouse need to sit closer to the body? Why does my neck ache? The sessions are run by clinical practitioners who see a wide number of work related injuries and any general questions relating to pain management are welcome during sessions.
Catering to group sizes anywhere from more intimate sessions with 10 people or to entire departments of 200 people.