An Ergonomic Self-Assessment is an opportunity to be guided through an assessment of your current workstation wherever that may be – at home or in the office. This is carried out using Fit for Work’s virtual self-assessment and education tool.
The user is taken through a step-by-step evaluation, the same as they would be during an in-person evaluation. The evaluation provides real time advice and education on setting up a chair, desk and all other equipment used while working.
Once completed, the software will generate an individualized report with adjustments recommended to the user’s workstation and behaviors/routines throughout the evaluation. The report will also include ergonomics accessories that may improve the user’s posture at their workstation and a printable ‘cheat sheet’ with recommended stretches and desk setup which can be placed on the user’s desk as a reminder.
This self-assessment tool works well for both individuals and companies.
For those who are self-employed, work remotely or work at an office without an on-site Ergonomist, optimising your workstation ergonomics can be an easy and accessible task. This self-assessment tool is exactly what you need.
You work from home or your office doesn’t have an on-site Ergonomist and you would like tips on how to set up your workstation to suit your needs. This self-assessment tool is exactly what you need.
For organisations or companies who want to provide some ergonomics support for their employees, this self-assessment tool can work well for:
Learn more about how our system will support your employees to enjoy better ergonomics and enhanced productivity.
The self-assessment takes approximately 30 minutes to complete in full
Yes, you can start the evaluation, save it, and return to it if required.
On completion of the evaluation the employee will receive a detailed report specific to the responses they inputted. 2 weeks later, the employee will be followed up by a Fit Fir Work Ergonomics Consultant. At this point, the employee can ask any further questions.
This is a case by case situation. However, in certain circumstances, the employee may need an evaluation with an Ergonomist. This pathway can be discussed and agreed upon with you when designing a package for your needs.