Our office ergonomics software case management system features three key components: REMOTE, START and Employee Diary. This is a comprehensive, multi-user, web based application designed to meet the needs of ergonomic and safety professionals. Our software gives businesses of all sizes the capability to manage employee ergonomic evaluations, track email and telephone conversations, and upload pictures and videos all in one place.
For clients, here’s what these office ergonomic software features can achieve. A storehouse for all communication between the employee and ergonomist, the Employee Diary becomes a history of phone calls and emails that can be reviewed at any time. An acronym for “Risk evaluation monitoring of all the employees,” REMOTE is an efficient screening tool for evaluating an employee’s ergonomic needs through telephone conferences. START screens risk factors through a web-based form that allows for easy and quick identification.
START is short for “System to Assign Risk Thresholds.”
We can explain other aspects of our office ergonomics software in clear layman’s terms. Wherever your office is located, our software can help improve its safety and reduce the costs associated with workplace injuries. Call our New York-based office today for a free consultation: 718-715-1300.
Some office safety issues are complex and require all the components of our office ergonomics software to pinpoint and solve. Other issues can be remedied by simple solutions like adjusting the height of chairs so elbows are at desktop level, making sure chairs are the correct height so that each employee’s feet comfortably reach the floor, or adding a lumbar pillow to a seatback for lower back support. Meanwhile, if computer monitors are too high (they should be at eye level or slightly below), injuries and strains can result.
Finally, while we usually associate heavy lifting with factories, warehouses and various industrial sites, office workers often do more lifting than they realize. So it’s important that they avoid twisting or jerking motions while lifting heavy objects. It might also be cost effective to outsource inter-office moves, eliminate coolers that use heavy bottled water and relocating heavy objects to waist level whenever possible.