Ergonomics Training for Employees, Ergo Teams, and Leaders
Barbre Ergonomics Consulting and Training
Barbre Ergonomics develops and delivers customized
in-person, virtual, and narrated training programs and
trainer materials in a variety of topic areas

Employee training goes beyond "awareness training" and
provides skills that make a difference, such as specific
methods based on the work being done, and practical ways
for making the same work easier to do while minimizing
fatigue, discomfort, and injury risk.

Employee ergonomics training also includes workstation
and equipment positioning tips, and  
practical ergonomics
points that
most people can apply in everyday activities to
reduce effort and injury risk both on and off the job.

For leaders and teams, ergonomics training develops skills
and provides actual practice in conducting ergonomic
assessments, developing improvement options, prioritizing
risks and projects, justifying improvements, and seeing work
areas and job tasks wtih the "ergonomics eye."

Got strain injuries? Let
Barbre Ergonomics provide strain
prevention training.
Combined with work area assessments,
roven effective with 85% reduction in back injuries, 80%
reduction in strain injuries, and 95% reduction in
occupational illnesses (CTDs)
in an employee group of
35,000 people

Barbre Ergonomics has provided on-site and remote
ergonomics team training in the US, Canada, Wales,

Germany, Mexico, South America, Central American, Japan,
Korea, Thailand, Netherlands, Austria, Belgium, Italy, Spain,
Switzerland, and Norway.

Customized training topics recently delivered to clients:

- Employee industrial ergonomics training
based on specific tasks

- Safe exertion methods and strain prevention for heavy industry

- Ergonomics team training for industrial and office work areas

- Office ergonomics and computer workstation

- Ergonomics for managers and safety professionals

- Ergonomics for employees, safety teams, and committees

- Workstation Ergonomics for IT representatives

- Improved methods for physically demanding tasks

- Back care methods and sprain-strain prevention

- Material handling and moving specialized loads

- Railroad-specific training for all craft areas

- Climbing and descending equipment, ladders, and stairs

- Working in awkward postures
, in tight quarters, at ground level

- Maintaining balance and stability while walking and exerting force

- Shoveling and working with leverage tools

- Working with mauls and sledges

- Handling drums, bags, unstable loads, and awkward loads

- Working at large presses and manufacturing workstations

- Working in lean manufacturing machine pods

- Maximizing available strength for exertion tasks