San Diego, CA, April 18, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- ERGOhealthy a San Diego-based ergonomic consulting company announced today, that they have developed a process that can predict musculoskeletal injuries.
Steve Thompson, President of ERGOhealthy stated that “Our two-year effort and work with predictive analytics tools combined with our partnership with IBR gives us the ability to now offer an on-line tool for employers to predict strains and sprains for traditional office, administrative, and teleworkers.”
Designed as a five to seven minute ergonomics health survey, employers can better analyze risk, productivity drivers, and efficiencies in managing musculoskeletal sprains and strains. To put it simply; we predict injuries and stop them before they occur. Additionally, managers are able to easily identify, measure and correct the factors impeding worker performance, which leads to substantial and sustainable cost reductions.
Companies utilizing these tools are experiencing reduced ergonomics support requests, reduced workers compensation claims and improved productivity.
About ERGOhealthy: ERGOhealthy is an international provider of ergonomics analytics, assessments, training and coaching through on-line solutions and it’s team of ergonomics professionals. Our clients include commercial, government, and non-profit in traditional, telecommuting, telework, remote office, and home office environments. Visit ERGOhealthy online at: http://www.ergohealthy.com.
About IBR: Integrated Business Resources (IBR) is a software developer specializing in turnkey office ergonomic programs.