A vital step in maintaining health and safety is the setup of healthy and safe environments. Many people are shocked to discover that the places they frequent every day may be slowly and silently harming them.
Worksite assessments objectively quantify job demands and identify risk factors that could lead to injury or disability. These assessments can be used to:
Workplace ergonomic assessments can uncover what might seem to be be minor issues, such as working areas that may be at an uncomfortable height, monitor angles that require constantly looking to one side, or repetitive tasks that can be better handled. Correcting even these "minor" adjustments can often eliminate stresses and greatly improve job satisfaction and productivity.
HOME ASSESSMENTS are performed in order to determine a client’s current ability to perform homemaking and personal care activities. If challenges are identified, adaptive methods and equipment can be provided to maximize independence and safety. IOHS can also provide recommendations to achieve improved accessibility for optimal quality of life, safety and independence.
An objective on-site assessment of the physical demands required of a specific job, school site, or workstation.
This assessment is designed to identify ergonomic risk factors in a workplace that contribute to increased symptoms. It includes a review of the critical job tasks, work areas, and evident risk factors relevant to the individual being assessed.
An analysis of the ergonomic risks associated with job tasks and work conditions of a specific job. We review forceful exertions, awkward postures, local contact stresses, vibration, temperature extremes, and repetitive or prolonged activities.
A standardized objective analysis of a client’s ability to perform homemaking tasks. It identifies factors that are counterproductive to rehabilitation.