Ergonomics Software

Improve Ergonomic Data Collection and Mitigate Ergonomic Risk

Improve Ergonomics Data Collection and Mitigate Ergonomics Risk

Medgate’s Ergonomics Software Suite empowers ergonomists with a complete solution for effectively managing ergonomics data collection and assessments. While our in-house ergonomists have tailored the processes and workflows in the suite’s modules to be ergonomics-specific, the suite can be easily configured to accommodate the requirements of your organization, your personal preferences, or both.

Key Benefits of Medgate’s Ergonomics Software Suite:

This software suite will enable ergonomists to:

  • Manage organization-wide ergonomic audits and inspections, as well as individual ergonomic assessments.
  • Manage ergonomic risk assessments and effectively mitigate ergonomic risk.
  • Capture virtually any ergonomics data you require by building and configuring flexible tools—including risk assessment tools, inspection checklists, and self-assessment questionnaires .

  • Consolidate ergonomic findings & actions together in one logical interface.
  • Effectively manage the implementation of ergonomic risk controls.
  • Share data with the Safety and Occupational Health Suites as, appropriate, to ensure effective communication in managing ergonomics issues
  • Use Medgate’s Business Intelligence tools to analyze and report on ergonomic data


 

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Ergonomics Software Suite Modules

Click on one of the modules below to learn more.

Ergonomics Audits & InspectionsThe Audits & Inspections Module in Medgate’s Ergonomics Software Suite is an important tool to help ergonomists manage all aspects of their ergonomic-specific audit and inspection programs.
Ergonomics Equipment ModuleProvides ergonomists with the ability to comprehensively manage a wide variety of ergonomic equipment that should be tracked, calibrated, inspected or maintained.
Risk AssessmentPlan and build an effective risk assessment program and perform ongoing analysis to continuously evaluate and mitigate ergonomic risk.
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