Office Software Suite

Our Solution

Companies with large numbers of workers understand the challenges they face when trying to reach all the people who need ergonomics training, assessment, and assistance. Doing this in a cost-effective manner can be difficult as well. In order to assist companies in meeting these ergonomics challenges, the team at CompletErgo has developed the CompletErgo Office Suite.

 

Web-Based Software Features

Online Training Module

Trains office workers in ergonomics awareness and assists them in setting up all of the components of their workstation and identifying potential issues.

Employee Self-Assessment

Allows users to properly assess their current office configuration and make simple, immediate self-corrections when possible.

Data Management System

Provides the ability to manage training, evaluation data, furniture requirements, and follow-up evaluations for the entire office workforce. Metrics are displayed in easy to read charts and reports.

Software Specifications

CompletErgo’s Office Suite is comprised of three roles: Employee, Evaluator and Manager.  The specifications of each of these roles are detailed below.

The components of the Employee role are as follows:

  1. Demographic Information – The user reports basic personal information.
  2. Discomfort Survey – The user has the opportunity to report frequency and magnitude of work-related discomfort.
  3. Awareness Training and Self-Assessment – The user attends comprehensive training on chair and workstation adjustment. Incorporated into the training are self-assessment questions.  The user reports the current settings of their equipment and has an opportunity to self-correct adjustments if possible.  An Initial Risk Rating is calculated once the user completes the Training and Self-Assessment, and is based on your reported comfort level and answers on the Self-Assessment.
  4. User Report – Following the completion of the Demographic data, Discomfort Survey, Training and Self-Assessment, the user can generate the User Report. This report summarizes reported discomfort, issues identified, and issues resolved.
  5. Remote and/or Onsite Evaluations – Users who may require additional assistance may be contacted by an evaluator for a remote or onsite evaluation.
  6. Follow-Up – If an evaluation occurs, the user is invited to complete a Follow-up Discomfort Survey and Self-Assessment. The comparison of the Initial Risk Rating and the Follow-up Risk Rating helps demonstrate the value of the evaluator assistance and documents the reduction in risk.

The components of the Evaluator role are as follows:

  1. Risk Ratings – Once users complete the Discomfort Survey, Training and Self-Assessment, an Initial Risk Rating is generated to rank their overall risk. The evaluators can review the risk ratings of the users to determine which employees may require additional assistance.
  2. Remote and/or Onsite Evaluations – Users who require additional assistance will be contacted by an evaluator to schedule a remote and/or onsite evaluations. The scheduling of evaluations and interactions with the users are documented in the software.  The evaluator documents the adjustments made during the evaluation(s), any needed repairs, and the installation of equipment.
  3. Follow-up – Once the remote and/or onsite evaluation cycle is complete, the evaluator will invite the user to complete a Follow-up Discomfort Survey and Self-Assessment. The comparison of the Initial Risk Rating and the Follow-up Risk Rating helps demonstrate the value of the evaluator assistance and documents the reduction in risk.
  4. Report Generation – Four reports help the evaluator to oversee the program activities:
    1. Evaluation Report – Summarizes the interaction between the evaluator and user following the remote and/or onsite assessment.
    2. Participants Report – Summarizes user’s scores, risk ratings and completion of tasks.
    3. Equipment Report – Summarizes ordered and installed furniture and repair requests.
    4. Management Report – Summarizes user completion of Discomfort Survey, Training and Self-Assessment.  If a user completes a remote and/or onsite evaluation, the expert-assisted evaluation and follow-up activities are summarized.

The components of the Manager role are as follows:

  1. Manage Site and Department Managers – Lead Manager can add, remove and oversee managers for site and departmental business units
  2. Manage Evaluators – Managers may have internal evaluators to help with remote and onsite evaluations. Each manager can add, remove, and oversee evaluators
  3. User Invitations – Managers invite employees to attend the Training and Self-Assessment
  4. Risk Ratings – Once users complete the Discomfort Survey, Training and Self-Assessment, an Initial Risk Rating is generated to rank their overall risk. The manager can review the Risk Ratings of the users to determine which employees may require additional assistance.
  5. Report Generation – Four reports help the manager to oversee the program activities:
    1. Evaluation Report – Summarizes the interaction between the evaluator and user following the remote and/or onsite assessment.
    2. Participants Report – Summarizes user’s scores, risk ratings and completion of tasks.
    3. Equipment Report – Summarizes ordered and installed furniture and repair requests.
    4. Management Report – Summarizes user completion of Discomfort Survey, Training and Self-Assessment.  If a user completes a remote or onsite assessment, the expert-assisted assessment and follow-up activities are summarized.

Developed By Professionals

CompletErgo’s Office Suite was developed by a team of Certified Professional Ergonomists (CPEs) with graduate degrees in ergonomics-related fields. The team has decades of professional experience training and evaluating office associates. CompletErgo’s Office Suite contains a Total Risk Rating protocol based upon a unique blended score. This provides a concise summary of the office employee’s total risk potential. It also allows identification of those employees who require remote or in-person evaluations.

Why Choose CompetErgo’s Office Suite?

CompletErgo’s Office Suite is the most cost-effective office ergonomics product on the market. The software manages the entire process, and helps to improve a company’s employee health and performance for a fraction of the cost of traditional office ergonomics programs. With a user-friendly interface for both employees and managers, CompletErgo’s Office Suite is the smart choice to manage an office ergonomics program.

Web-based approach can be administered for a fraction of the cost associated with live offerings and is available on demand.

Better predictor of potential risk by uniquely blending both Discomfort and Self-Assessment scores.

Better value based upon pricing per unit and total data collected and managed.

Ergonomics Services

Support services are available to provide remote and on-site evaluations and ergonomics training for in-house experts.