The first option is when an individualized approach is necessary. In just 15 minutes modifications are suggested "on the spot" to promote a better fit between the worker and their workstation. Designed for the low-risk and symptom free employee, this is a particularly effective way to evaluate individual employees. In addition, Level One is useful when upgrading equipment, renovating or relocating.
This is a more comprehensive individual workstation evaluation, with a detailed report. This is appropriate for employees with complaints of work-related pain/discomfort or groups of individuals in ergonomic "red flag" areas (data entry, call centers, materials handling, etc.). "Protective" evaluations are designed to eliminate current complaints and prevent future incidents.
This is a personalized analysis of the workspace performed during or after medical intervention (work or non-work related injuries). Designed to ease return to work and maximize the employee's capability, the evaluation, which includes an in-depth report, helps reduce health care costs and eliminate or reduce ergonomic hazards. Medical providers often prescribe "Post Injury" ergonomic evaluations.