TSR Clinics’ professional staff is competent to perform
Ergonomic Evaluations for any job in any work environment.
Frequently asked questions about Ergonomic
What’s included in the Ergonomic Evaluation?
At TSR we perform thorough assessments and furnish superior
reports that will be of value to you. Here is what you
can expect from us:
- Detailed interviewing process with the relevant
employee, supervisor, or management to assist with
developing accurate understanding of details and responsibilities
for the job being assessed
- Explanation of the working conditions (i.e., physical
and psychological) outlined within the report
- Observation and measurement of ergonomic risk factors
using highly precise tools and methodology
- Information on ergonomic risks and feasible solutions
are presented in the report in easy-to-ready tables
- Approximate cost of implementing the feasible solutions
Who conducts an Ergonomic Evaluation?
An industrial ergonomist or a registered occupational
therapist will conduct the Ergonomic Evaluation.
Where is the Ergonomic Evaluation conducted?
The Ergonomic Evaluation must occur at the place where
the job is performed. TSR Clinics can perform Ergonomic
Evaluations anywhere throughout Ontario.
How long does the Ergonomic Evaluation take?
An Ergonomic Evaluation can typically take 1 to 3 hours;
however depending on the complexity of the job, more
than 3 hours may be required.
Does the injured worker have to be present
for the Ergonomic Evaluation?
Yes. Since ergonomic considerations are specific to
the individual is it is essential to have the injured
worker present at the assessment.
When can I expect the report?
Reports are furnished between 7 to 10 business days,
with an attempt to meet urgent deadlines if requested.
Who would implement the ergonomic changes (feasible
TSR Clinics can arrange to purchase, deliver, set-up,
and instruct users of the ergonomic devices on proper
utilization of those devices. In certain cases postural
and biomechanical training, or training on stretching
exercises is recommended. More complicated structural
changes to the work environment, if required, would
be the responsibility of the referral source or employer.