Postural Analysis Tool

Goniometers are used to measure joints . (Read Complete Description)
Keyserling Checklist
The semi-quantitative 'Upper extremity checklist' of Keyserling et al., (1993) was developed to determine the presence of risk factors associated with upper limb disorders. The risk factors to be eval . (Read Complete Description)
Lumbar Motion Monitor
The Lumbar Motion Monitor (LMM) is a device that is used to capture the three-dimensional motion of the lumbar region of the torso. It is essentially an exoskeleton that is mounted on an individual's . (Read Complete Description)
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Toolbox
The toolbox provides basic information that will be useful for employers, workers, and others in designing effective programs to prevent work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSDs), one of the most . (Read Complete Description)
OWAS is a method for the evaluation of postural load during work. The OWAS method is based on a simple and systematic classification of work postures combined with observations of work tasks. The OWAS . (Read Complete Description)
Rapid Entire Body Assessment (REBA)
REBA is a method to assess posture for risk of work related musculoskeletal disorders (WRMSDs). REBA, is a postural analysis tool “designed to be sensitive to the type of unpredictable working posture . (Read Complete Description)
Rapid Upper Limb Assessment
RULA is a postural targeting method for estimating the risks of work-related upper limb disorders. A RULA assessment gives a quick and systematic assessment of the postural risks to a worker. The anal . (Read Complete Description)