Task and systems analysis
Our approach to task/work analysis
We carry out a thorough on-site assessment to gather data for analysis.
Specific tasks are observed (Work As Done) to identify the sequence, frequency and postures adopted.
Relevant in-house documentation is reviewed to provide insight into how things are expected to be done (Work As Imagined).
Dimensional and load measurements are taken of plant, equipment and product.
Interviews with key people to provide information about the context of work, organisational design, perceptions of tasks and associated challenges, discomfort status.
Anthropometric data (individual body dimensions) are used to compare with requirements for ‘fit, reach and see’ of tasks performed.
What you can expect
The data is analysed and compared with current best practice.
Your report will have the findings and will provide recommendations for organisational design, physical design of tasks and education or training.