Ergonomics

Ergonomics

As a Certified Professional Ergonomist CPE, Adrienne provides professional ergonomic consulting, specialising in large-scale participatory ergonomics programs to assist businesses minimise their Occupational Health and Safety risks and optimise their productivity through injury prevention solutions and systems.

Adrienne has been instrumental in driving substantial preventative ergonomics programs within a number of organisations, to reduce the incident of musculo-skeletal injuries occurring as a result of manual tasks. Most recently she successfully delivered the ‘Participatory Ergonomics’ program – ‘PErforM’ into the Queensland steel manufacturing sector on behalf of Workplace Health and Safety Queensland aimed at the risk assessment, prevention and management of hazardous manual handling tasks.

Tracy Consulting Services provides one-on-one ergonomic assessments including office workstations, and delivers high quality training in:

  • Manual Task Risk Assessment
  • Manual Handling, and
  • Office Ergonomics


“Adrienne and her team of imunisation nurses from Tracy Consulting Services provided a highly professional, efficient and very successful annual flu vaccination program for our Alsco employees” Christine Seymour, OH&S Manager Queensland, Alsco
“Adrienne has provided Holy Cross Laundry with a reliable and highly effective WorkCover rehabilitation and return to work service for over seven years. Many of our injured employees have had the benefit of her professional care and support” Mandy Ross, Human Services and Quality Systems Manager, Holy Cross Laundry Ltd.
“By having an Occupational Health Nurse from Tracy Consulting Services on-site each week, we have managed our pre-employment medical program in an extremely cost effective way” Peter Gould, Workplace Health, Safety and Wellbeing Manager, Redland City Council
“Employing Adrienne to conduct our on-site Ergonomic Assessment and Training Program, has had a significant and positive impact on employee morale and a reduction in workplace injuries” Melinda Toyne, Health Principal, QGC Queensland