Ergonomics Program Audits & Surveys

An effective ergonomics program can pay enormous dividends to companies making a commitment to sound ergonomics practices.  However, if opportunities for improvement exist but are not identified, potential savings to the bottom line may be left on the production, office, or distribution floor.  Auburn Engineers, Inc. has extensive experience in program development and analysis from start up to the advanced stages.  This experience gives us the ability to perform effective reviews of your existing ergonomics program, thereby defining those shining stars.  Let Auburn Engineers, Inc. help you increase your program's effectiveness and assist in taking it to a higher level.

 

Baseline Audit

We will report on how your ergonomics program activities compare to minimum acceptable standards.  Areas of opportunity will be identified, and general recommendations for improvement will be provided.  A report will be issued.

A 1 day site visit, and at least 1 day off site will be required.

Who will benefit:

  • Those who want to know where they stand relative to OSHA compliance.
  • Those whose program is in infancy and current program goals are compliance driven.

 

Ergonomics Program Assessment

We will report on how your ergonomics program compares to Best Practices.  Areas of opportunity will be highlighted and recommendations provided to improve them.  A report will be issued.

A 2-day site visit, and at least 1 day off site will be required.

Who will benefit:

  • Those who want to know if their current program is addressing the issues effectively to control ergonomics related injuries.
  • Companies whose program is growing and current program initiative are expert driven via an individual or committee.

 

Ergonomics Program Audit

We will report on how your ergonomics program compares to a Culture Driven Program.  Areas of opportunity will be highlighted and recommendations provided to improve them.  A report will be issued.

A 5-day site visit, and at least 2 days off site will be required.

Who will benefit:

  • Those who want to know if their current program is approaching World Class.
  • Companies whose program is maturing beyond the expert model and current goals are focused on developing systems that work without an expert to initiate them.

 

Ergonomics Survey of Operations

Our Report will include:  (1) a general assessment of ergonomics practices on the production floor.  General opportunities are identified and recommendations are made,  (2) a list of all the jobs surveyed including a score for each.  Explanation is provided for the basis of the scores along with actions steps for improvement, and (3) a list of the Top 12 problem jobs, with the ergonomics concerns for each.  Recommended approaches that may be used to resolve the concerns will also be included.

At least 1-day on site and up to 2 days off-site will be required.

Who will benefit:

  • Companies that want to begin addressing ergonomics problems, but are not sure where to start or what approaches to take to resolve the problems
  • Companies that know where problems are but unsure of how to prioritize and solve them.
  • Companies that want ideas on how to resolve the ergonomics problems throughout the plant.