Corporate Ergonomic Services

The new ergonomic regulations have finally come into effect from the 6th December 2019.  Companies have until June 2021 to comply.

                

Our Services:

  1. Ergonomic risk assessments to the standard required by the legislation and using the the latest statistically backed probability risk analysis. 
  2. Ergonomics training.
  3. Material handling training for on-the ground staff.
  4. Assisting in the improvement of your safety culture.  
  5. Supplying our special computer ergonomic self risk assessment software for office staff.

                     

Industries We Specialise In:

  1. Manufacturing
  2. Warehouse and Distribution
  3. LPG
  4. Offices

CONTACT US NOW TO ENGAGE OUR SERVICES:

Some of Our Clients:

Coca Cola Peninsular Beverages, SAB-InBev, I & J, Robertson & Caine, Oryx Energies, Imperial, BP, TFG, CTICC, Simba, Totalgaz, EASIGAS, CPUT, Johnson & Johnson, Verso

 

What Our Clients Have to Say:

“Cecily Schmidt under the banner of CS Body Health has conducted industrial hygiene surveys (ergonomics), employee workstation training and took part in BP Health week programmes.  Her services reflect high quality outcomes and extreme professionalism that is accompanied by scientific data analyses.  I hereby would recommend CS Body Health for challenges that are related to industrial hygiene (ergonomics and physiotherapy services)”.  GERT CHERRO MATSHOGE, BP Wellness Coastal

“Cecily Schmidt participated in the Johnson & Johnson Cape Town Safety Week. She was equally proficient in  covering both office as well as factory ergonomics. She was able to please and educate the crowd across age groups, and at the same time keep the attention of artisans, operators, packers, and office workers. Thank you for a job well done.” – Debbie Flandorp, Quality Assurance Manager, Johnson and Johnson.  

“I went to see Cecily Schmidt with severe lower back pain. After a few sessions, Cecily had eased the pain, but what really impressed me was that she took it way beyond that. When she found out I spent long hours working at a computer, she came to my office to see what that meant for me in terms of my body: how I sat, the position of my hands relative to my keyboard and my body, and the height of my chair and my screen. She recommended some fairly simple changes – but these simple changes have made an incredible difference not only physically, to the health and strength of my back, but also mentally: I find I am more alert for longer.

In one of our sessions Cecily made the wry comment that in many cases she thinks she takes the health of her patients more seriously than they do, and this struck home, which is why I was determined to implement the changes she advocated. The difference was so profound that I subsequently asked Cecily to come in and evaluate the workstations of my entire team, which she did. The results have been equally extraordinary.

Her suggestions have made a great difference to the productivity and general wellbeing of my team, and I would highly recommend that any team that is as computer-bound as ours is make use of her excellent service”. SUZY BROKENSHA, Editor, FAIRLADY,www.fairlady.com

“Cecily- the feedback has been AWESOME! The staff were really impressed with the not only the level of service but all the expertise which you and your colleagues provided and as such would love to welcome you back to our next day”.  Zita Marinus| HR: Employee Lifecycle Teambrandhouse

“Cecily Schmidt has been providing a physiotherapy service at our company for the past 6 months, which incorporates workstation assessments and various other techniques that has been a huge benefit to our staff.  She also uses the opportunity to educate employees regarding proper posture when carrying out their tasks and we have had very positive feedback.  I would definitely recommend the service, which is also affordable and ultimately impacts positively on productivity and absenteeism”.  Venita Henkel, Occupational Health Practitioner, Edcon

 

Member of the Ergonomics Society and Health Professions Council of South Africa