Assisting HR & EHS to :
- Identify ergonomic risks and find efficient solutions
- Create compliant and effective MSD / injury prevention programs
- Manage claims (proactive & reactive)
- Conduct facility ergonomic hazard analysis
- Implement Workplace Warm up & stretching programs
Office, Manufacturing or Industrial :
- Evidence based Ergonomic Risk Analysis - Physical Demands Analysis
- Suitability Assessments for 3rd party validation and safe & early return to work
- Post Offer Employment Testing
- Fitness & Wellness Assessments
Onsite or Online :
- MSD Awareness
- Ergonomics for JHSC & HS
- Ergo Coach Training
- Ergonomics for Engineers
- Corporate Health & Wellness Workshops - Workplace Warm Ups & Movement Breaks
Keeping workers fit and functional to enjoy their days, at work and at home! We use only evidence based practices and the latest research tools to provide optimal ergonomics for return on the investment.
"We have partnered with Mindy for several years and continue to be pleased with the relationship between Linamar and Kinetic Links. Mindy assists us in several areas: MSD Prevention Programs, Heat Stress Control, suitability assessments, metabolic work load estimates, physical demands analysis, staff training and hands-on mentorship of our Ergonomic/HS Team. I have always appreciated her knowledge, professionalism, her pragmatic approach. Our successes in injury reduction and prevention are largely contributed to the instrumental role that Mindy holds. She has invested the time to understand our strategic vision; business goals and diligently works to provide solutions that assist in achieving these. Thank you Mindy."
"Kinetic Links is a great company to work with. Mindy is knowledgeable and eager to help people and organizations to improve employees health and attitudes towards the benefits of stretching and exercising. The positive reinforcement and daily exercise has helped our employees to maintain proper posture and breathing throughout the work day. They have stated that they feel better and even brought some of the exercises home to their families."