Ergonomics Risk Assessment (ERA)


Ergonomics Risk Assessment at Workplace


Ergonomics Risk Assessment (ERA) is a method used to identify ergonomic issue posed by the ergonomic risk factor and their consequent effects to work efficiency, work standard, safety and health at their workplace. This report is based upon the standard from DOSH’s recent ‘Guidelines on Ergonomics Risk Assessment At Workplace 2017’.


Objective Ergonomics Risk Assessment (ERA) at your organization

  1. Document ergonomics risk factors at 5 selected work units

  2. Document symptoms and signs of musculoskeletal disorders (Musculoskeletal assessment)

  3. Propose recommendations for each work units


There are 2 level of Ergonomics Risk Assessment (ERA)
  1. Initial Ergonomics Risk Assessment (INERA)

  2. Advance Ergonomics Risk Assessment (ANERA)


(Ergonomics Risk Assessment Process Flow)


A trained person should start the Ergonomics Risk Assessment using an Initial Ergonomics Risk Assessment (INERA) checklist. The outcome will determine if there is a need to carry out an advanced Ergonomics Risk Assessment (ANERA) or not.


Implementation of Ergonomics Risk Assessment requires team work and good coordination. The team should be led by trained person who is responsible for the overall management of assessment. This is to ensure that the assessment is being conducted in a smooth and systematic manner.


What we can help?


We can help you to conduct Ergonomics Risk Assessment in order to help ergonomics issue among workers. Contact us at 013-2419000 or email [email protected] now. Our dedicated officer will assist you to comply the requirement.


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