We’ve joined forces with Australian-headquartered Longitude6 in the industrial ergonomics space to provide a suite of solutions for businesses looking to reduce their work-related injuries. Solutions encompass sensor and 3D motion capture data, objective risk analysis and online ergonomics assessment. All proven to drive improvements and efficiencies in industrial ergonomics programmes.
Longitude6 was founded to bring the world’s best in class technology and solutions in injury prevention to your workplace. Their suite of technologies, objectively measure and map the real impact of physical and psychological stress on the body; giving you rapid diagnostics to ensure people are fit for work and are safely undertaking the tasks that they are allocated.
Cardinus is soon to launch its industrial ergonomics platform to help speed up ergonomics risk assessments allowing organisations to save time and manage industrial ergonomics data and assessments in one place.
Jon Abbott, Global Client and Ergonomics Director stated, “Together Cardinus and Longitude 6 form a suite of technology that can give client precise ergonomics data that saves lots of time in capturing, reporting and analysing data, so that expert ergonomists can spend more time on implementing interventions that make a real difference to people’s health.”
Longitude6 technology and Cardinus’ Healthy Working ergonomics platform can be implemented as standalone options that work alongside each other to provide efficient and objective risk assessments for your ergonomics programme and will soon be integrated to form an enterprise solution.
Mark Heaysman, Founder and CEO of Longitude 6 added, “we are delighted to be working with Cardinus, a recognised global leader in ergonomics software, who have seen the unique benefits and deliverables of our products and services, including the technologies that form part of the Longitude6 business . Together we are a formidable and compelling proposition for any client with manual operations.”
For more information about this partnership, email [email protected] or call 020 7469 0200.