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We provide a variety of services free-of-charge to UCLA campus employees. To get started submit a ticket through our Service Request Form. Please indicate the reason for the request. After submitting a request you will be prompted to complete BruinErgo training. Ergonomics program staff review training results on a regular basis and will schedule on-site evaluations as appropriate.  


All UCLA campus employees are encouraged to take BruinErgo, a web-based ergonomics training and risk assessment survey. BruinErgo must be completed prior to having an on-site evalution.

On-Site Evaluation

An on-site evaluations is a 20-30 minute review of the employee's workstation. Typical evaluations review seated and standing posture, equipment position and task analysis.  

Back Safety Training

For jobs that are more physically demanding, especially jobs requiring lifting and materials handling, we can provide back safety training. The training is tailored to suit the needs of a specific group or department, and consists of a group presentation as well as consultation for improving the ergonomics of specific job tasks.

Job-Specific Training

We are available to provide ergonomics training or consultation for any campus job. While the majority of our consultations are related to computer workstations, we also provide ergonomics consultation for laboratory, kitchen, custodial, maintenance and shop-related positions. Please let us know on the request form if the job is non-computer related.

Group Training

We can provide department-wide trainings in the form of group presentations (to larger groups of employees) and group workstation consultations (to smaller groups). Please mention on the online request if interested in receiving group training.


*NOTE: These services are only available for UCLA employees. We serve all departments except those within Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica, Specialty Care Network, CPN and SMBP medical offices. If you are an employee at any of these facilities, please click here  for further ergonomic assistance.