Ergonomics & Human Factors

Managing risks & errors so that people can work together effectively


Manage ergonomics/human factors risk and deliver solutions to manage the risk


Classroom or on-site training with hands-on practical to help develop competent practitioners


Coordinate, guide and verify any works and strategies related to ergonomics & human factors

Latest News

We look forward to get connected with everyone through public events/activities.  
Our in-house and bespoke services are also available.  

Ergonomics Trained Person Course (November 2019)

Last sessions of this year! Get your early bird ticket today! Selangor Session Date: 4 – 8 November 2019Venue: DPulze, CyberjayaCEP: 10+10 (following DOSH CEP guidelines)For details and registration, please[…]

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Ergonomics Booth at OSH NCE (PICC, 18-19 Sept)

We are very delighted to join this exhibition event to support on raising ergonomics awareness for 2000 delegates (mainly OSH practitioners) and public visitors.  There will be two main focus[…]

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Featured Public Program

Trained Person (ETP)

To support DOSH Malaysia requirements on their new Guidelines of Ergonomics Risk Assessment at Workplace 2017, we are organising public course to certify successful participants to become an Ergonomics Trained Person (ETP). ETP’s names are listed at DOSH website under Recognised List of ETP. 


Featured Service

Human Factors Assessment

The ultimate objectives of this assessment are to optimise human performance and to minimise human error when conducting specific tasks at the workplace.  The results will significantly reduce potential of human failure which could lead to a major accidents.

Ammar Sam

The Ergonomist

I have been serving UK and Malaysia workforces in managing human element risks at workplace since 2009. All of my consulting works are based on identifying, analysing and solving human related issues to balance between technological development and human aspects of systems.  

Empowering ergonomic best practices

Methodological approaches to prevent the risk of musculosketletal injury

Learn, anticipate and prevent human errors

Using applied human factors principles to improve human performance

Get in touch with us to experience ergonomics & human factors today!