Ergo Human Consulting

    Occupational ergonomic services 


    Human factors design consulting

    About us

    Ergo Human Consulting is a London based consultant firm that focuses on providing occupational ergonomic advice for companies that do not need a full time in-house ergonomist. Ergo Human also provides human factors design recommendation for product, process, or system development. Ergo Human will provide a qualified ergonomist to work with you to identify and reduce risk factors (pro-actively and reactively) associated with Ergonomic Related Wellness, usability, and process efficiency. The goals of ergonomics and human factors are to optimize human well-being and overall system performance (where the system includes a human). Physical, psychological, and cognitive factors are considered.



    Ergo Human Consulting

    London, Ontario


    +1 519 200 7610


    Human factors design

    Jim Arnold BSc. CCPE

    Jim is the principal consultant for Ergo Human Consulting. He is a Canadian Certified Professional Ergonomist (CCPE). His education is a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Waterloo. Jim has been performing ergonomics and human factors design in Southwestern Ontario since 1993.  Experience includes industrial, commercial, office, insurance, and military. He is currently a professor of human factors design at Fanshawe College’s Advanced Ergonomic Studies program. Jim brings a practical based approach to ergonomics and human factors.

    Chris Oliver BHK, MHK, CCPE

    Chris is an associate consultant for Ergo Human Consulting. He is a Canadian Certified Professional Ergonomist (CCPE) with a masters and bachelor degree in Human Kinetics from the University of Windsor. He has been performing ergonomics and human factors design in Ontario and Cleveland, Ohio since 2008.  Chris’ experience ranges from industrial factory settings to commercial, office ergonomics, training, up to computer interface design for the military. Most importantly, he brings a friendly, objective-oriented approach to ergonomics and human factors.

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    Occupational ergonomic services

    Retainer and collaboration

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    1. Workstation (task) analysis

    2. Preliminary ergonomic assessment

    3. Physical demands analysis/description (PDA/PDD)

    4. Functional abilities (self report)

    5. Return to work

    6. Modified work programs

    7. Job/ task rotation

    8. Ergonomic program, procedure, and process development

    9. Tool and equipment selection

    10. Job / task coaching

    11. Office ergonomics

    12. Education seminars




    1. Product development

    2. Cognitive product development

    3. UX and UI

    4. Workload, stress, fatique

    5. Human reliability and error

    6. Product verification


         Inspection / Demonstration


    7. Product endorsement

    8. User feedback / testing

    9. Education seminars

    1. Active retainer

    2. Business collaboration

    3. Expert witness / affidavit

    4. Associate Ergonomist  supervision, review, and mentoring