I can answer questions regarding office, healthcare, and industrial ergonomics as well as general health and safety issues. I specialize in macro-ergonomics which deals with both individual issues (such as injuries and prevention) as well as corporate/organizational prevention plans. This includes working with companies that are interested in creating company-wide safety programs, health programs, and intervention strategies. My background is in occupational therapy and I am able to answer questions regarding specific medical injuries and workers compensation. This also makes me uniquely qualified to speak on the aging workforce and modifications specific to that population. I cannot answer questions regarding OSHA regulations and legal issues. While I know some things about manufacturing, I am not an engineer and tend to refer some of those questions to others.
My company, Worksite Health & Safety Consultants, an ergonomic and occupational health consultation firm has just turned eight years old. We are located in the Washington metro area. As owner I travel around the world speaking on ergonomics, aging in the workplace, and occupational health. I have consulted in the field of occupational health and ergonomics for the last twelve years. Additionally, I am an Occupational Therapist and have specialized in the treatment of work injuries/work-related musculoskeletal disorders and modifications for return to work post-injury for the last fourteen years.
American Occupational Therapy Association Rehab Practice Owners Network Women Business Owners of Montgomery County Leadership Montgomery
Why is My Office a Pain in My...? by Dr. Abrams Ergonomics for Therapists, 3rd Edition, edited by K. Jacobs Work Special Interest Section Quarterly ergoweb.com Montgomery County Gazette Quoted in multiple blogs and online magazines
Occupational Therapy Doctorate with a specialization in ergonomics Masters of Occupational Therapy Certified Ergonomic Assessment Specialist
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