Clearfield (801) 217-3755 | Logan (435) 213-3850 | Tremonton (435) 213-3850 [email protected]

Employee Wellness Programs and Ergonomic Solutions

Workplace safety is the responsibility of everyone in an organization. Training is an important element in the ergonomic process. It ensures that workers are aware of ergonomics and its benefits, are informed about ergonomics related concerns in the workplace, and understand the importance of reporting early symptoms of Musculoskeletal Disorders.

Management Team Ergonomics Training


A strong commitment by management is critical to the overall success of an ergonomic process. Management should define clear goals and objectives for the ergonomic process, discuss them with their workers, assign responsibilities to designated staff members, and communicate clearly with the workforce.

This training teaches managers and supervisors the wide scope of strategies for reducing Work Related Musculoskeletal Disorder (WRMSD) claims and costs. This training presents the technology and politics of claims prevention, builds attitudes, skills and commitment needed by management to prevent WRMSD. Upon completion of this training, management will be in-house experts in preventing WRMSD claims and reducing costs.

Employee WORKSMART Motivation Training


Teaches workers that they are INDUSTRIAL ATHLETES and as such they must take responsibility for the working body. We teach workers self-protection tactics, which emphasize fatigue-avoidance tactics, personal ergonomics and self-care responsibility.

Special care is taken to avoid discussion of specific diseases such as Carpal tunnel syndrome; rather the focus is fatigue- avoidance.

Ergo/Safety Team Training

Teaches safety/ergonomics team members skills related to identification of risk factors and potential corrective recommendations. Provides employees with tools that may be utilized as a regular ergonomics review process and/or in conjunction with an accident investigation.


(801) 217-3755
[email protected]
772 East 700 South, Clearfield, Utah 84015


(435) 213-3850
[email protected]
630 East 1400 North, Suite 140 Logan, Utah 84321


(435) 213-3850
[email protected]
470 W Main St., Tremonton, Utah 84337