Ergo Advocate™ was developed by Gene Kay and a team of ergonomics, e-learning and web design experts with Fortune 500 experience. Ergo Advocate™ is a product of this team's collective wisdom, combined with Gene's 20 years of health and safety experience in corporate, clinical, industrial, and government work.
The Ergo Advocate™ concept began nearly 10 years ago when Gene was hired as an Ergonomist at American Express. Gene and his colleagues moved ergonomics information on-line to reach their goal of meeting ergonomics compliance requirements and serving nearly 70,000 employees in over 1500 locations around the world. Gene went on to become the American Express Global Ergonomics Manager and continued the growth and development of their on-line ergonomics tools. These online tools won international health and safety awards for program excellence.
In 2001 Gene became a teacher and public speaker on developing web-based Health & Safety programs. He has presented professional- development workshops showing attendees how to develop their own on-line programming. He has spoken about computerized and web-based safety & ergonomics at several national and international conferences.
Like many of our clients, Ergo Advocate™ is geographically distributed across many regions. We are based in Minneapolis Minnesota USA and draw on resources and expertise from Australia, the United Kingdom, India, and across the US.
Gene Kay is the President & Chief Ergonomics Officer of Workplace Ergo Inc., the owner of Ergo Advocate™.
Keynamics is an Authorized Agent of the Ergo Advocate™ Software.
Please give us a call 888-660-5057 (Ask for Greg - Our Ego Advocate™ Expert)
The Keynamics Ergo Team
Welcome to Ergo Advocate™ www.ergoadvocate.com - your online ergonomics experts. Our online services help employers improve comfort, safety, productivity and quality of work life for employees while reducing injury and expense. Ergo Advocate™. Online health and safety services anywhere, anytime.
Why Online Ergonomics?
Ergo Advocate™ relies on Ergonomics principles – fitting the job to the employee at their workstation- to improve comfort, safety, productivity, and quality of work life.
Ergonomics is important because:
One Size Does Not Fit All. We all have unique needs, requirements, and preferences when it comes to getting the best fit in the workplace.
How to - with Online Ergonomics
Users log in for online training and a posture evaluation. A personal profile with specific corrective advice for improving their fit is generated.
Unresolved ergonomics issues are summarized and users are referred to a comprehensive self-help library. Issues are tracked until they are acted upon and resolved.