Logo, ATTACHI Injury Prevention & Ergonomic Consulting - Physical Therapist 

(805) 897-3816
P.O. Box 808
Santa Barbara, CA 93102

Detailed Workplace Risk Assessment and Injury Prevention

Woman in Therapy - Injury Prevention

Improve your company's safety procedures with a workplace risk assessment and injury prevention program from our physical therapist in Santa Barbara, California. At ATTACHI Injury Prevention & Ergonomic Consulting, we help you identify and avoid causes of repetitive-stress injuries.

Risk Analysis

The Work Risk Analysis report seeks to identify a comprehensive list of potential physical risk factors for cumulative trauma disorders (CTD) of the neck, upper extremities, and lower back. These injuries are directly related to the work area, work procedures, and employee behaviors.

Your report describes the injuries and diseases of the musculoskeletal system that may be encouraged by these risks. It also includes a comprehensive set of corrective recommendations that target the reduction of these risks.

Training Program (Four Components)

1. Work Risk Analysis:   
• Review OSHA 300 Injury Record
• Examines Each Job
• Evaluates Workers Behaviors and Company Policies That Lead to
• Written Report Identifying Risk Factors, Suggestions Not Limited to Ergonomic
  Redesign, Offers Many No Cost Low Cost Alternatives to Costly Redesign
• Written Action Plan


2. Manager-Supervisor Training on the Neck-Arm CTD School or Back School on:
• What Causes Your Injuries-Claims-Costs
• How to Reduce Injuries-Claims-Costs
• Ergonomics
• Medical Issues
• Attitudes and Policy Issues
• Return to Work Strategies
• Stretching
• Job Rotation
• Posture Control
• Builds Commitment among Supervisors to Implement Your Ergonomics
  Plan with Cooperation, Motivation, and Skill
• Employee Training Will Not Work Unless Supervisors Are Trained First


3. Employee Training:
• For Workers on Reducing Work Fatigue-Pain-Injury
• Self-Care and Protection of the Working Aging Body
• Fatigue Avoidance Training
• Trains Employees to Accept Responsibility for the Working Body
• Teaches Employees to Work Smart and Motivates Them to Avoid
  Fatigue and Discomfort


4. Ergo-Team Training:
• Advanced Training Program for Your in-House Ergo-Team to Carry
  on the Program When We Are Finished
• Continue to Evaluate Ongoing Problem Jobs
• Team Will Meet Every Two-to-Four Weeks to Implement My Suggestions
  on a Job-by-Job Basis

Physicians We Have Worked With

• Scott Conner, MD
• Daniel Craviotto, MD
• Stuart Hutchinson, MD
• Thomas Jones, MD
• Alan Moelleken, MD
• Mark Montgomery, MD
• Mark Musicant, MD
• Timothy Rodgers, MD
• Barry Ross, MD

• Richard Ryu, MD
• Alan Wexlar, MD 


Contact us for guidance and training that helps your employees avoid potentially harmful repetitive motions.