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Ergonomic Evaluations

An ergonomic evaluation is an analysis of the extent to which a product conforms to ergonomic standards and best-practices. In the U.S., this usually refers to physical ergonomics, including biomechanics, anthropometry, and environmental conditions that will affect a user’s long-term health.

What We Do

Our background in human factors engineering includes ergonomics and biomechanics training. We put this to use to evaluate products against the best available anthropometric data sets. We also evaluate task allocation, task redundancy, and appropriateness of controls.

What You Get

A report identifying standards used, ergonomic issues addressed, and design recommendations that included a range of dimensions and function allocations.



Benchmark Research & Safety, Inc. is a human factors and ergonomics consulting firm that specializes in usability, user-centered design, product safety, warnings, expert witnessing, research (design, ethnographic, perceptual) and training. Benchmark Research & Safety, Inc. is one of the few multi-capability firms in the Northwest - headquartered in Moscow, Idaho with branch offices in Boise and Rigby, Idaho; Portland, Oregon; and Grand Junction, Colorado.