The work method is generally:

  1. Discuss the research question with the client.
  2. Research into, for example, the workplace and activities.
  3. Reporting to the client.
  4. If desired, guidance in implementing the recommended improvements

Prevent unrest.

Many clients appear to have a certain resistance to seeking advice about ergonomics.

They do not want to run the risk that any identified shortcomings will lead to unrest in the company.

Therefore we only communicate with the direct client about the findings and recommendations.

Employee satisfaction.

Usually employees respond very positively to attention to their working environment.

Even if only small adjustments are necessary, the attention paid to their well-being is usually appreciated.