Page Engineering Inc., established in 1994, is an Ergonomics and Industrial Engineering consulting firm. They have provided services to clients throughout the United States and Canada. Their hands-on approach is backed by the extensive application of ergonomics, human factors, epidemiologic, and occupational medical scientific literature. Page Engineering experience includes conducting ergonomics analyses and research in the railroad industry, primarily, and in heavy industry, in general, for over 22 years. Their clients include Union Pacific Railroad, Kansas City Southern Railways, Association of American Railroads, Fedex, American Petroleum Institute, Food Marketing Institute, Food Distributors International, Blue Water Bridge Authority, and USPS.
Consulting Services - Page Engineering provides ergonomics services, integrating multiple disciplines (industrial engineering, safety, health, business, regulatory) to provide effective results, whether in the application of job analyses and job improvement processes or in physical job demands analyses. Their services include:
George B. Page, CPE, is a Certified Professional Ergonomist. Since founding Page Engineering, Mr. Page has been providing ergonomics services, integrating multiple disciplines (industrial engineering, safety, health, business, regulatory) to provide effective results, whether in the application of job analyses and job improvement processes or in physical job demands analyses. His experience includes conducting ergonomics analyses and research in the railroad industry and in heavy industry for over 30 years. Mr. Page's expertise includes job exposure assessments, physical demands assessments, accident reconstruction, forensic engineering.
Greg G. Weames, CPE, CCPE, CRSP, has been a practicing Ergonomist since 1994, after obtaining his B.Sc. and M.Sc. in kinesiology. Mr. Weames has spent several years as a corporate ergonomist for large organizations as well as has worked for several years in consulting. Currently, with Page Engineering, Inc., he has provided expert witness services, consulting services for various facilities projects, workplace, equipment, machine and tool analysis services, and job exposure analysis services. Over his years as an ergonomist, Mr. Weames has co-authored scientific publications, served on Federal, Industry and Corporate level committees, developed and authored corporate programs and training, and has worked extensively across all departments of organizations, levels of management and employees.
Stephen D. Fleming, CPE, CXLT, is an Industrial Engineer / Ergonomist whose background includes analyzing work environments and work tasks using industrial engineering work measurement methods and risk assessment models for different body regions. His expertise is in assisting industrial clients in applying ergonomics to workplace processes, tools, and equipment, including all major North American railroads, FedEx, Ford Motor Company, Lear Seating, USPS, and the Blue Water Bridge Authority. Mr. Fleming has been acknowledged for developing and implementing a methodology for measuring and analyzing exposure to whole-body vibration (WBV) and hand-arm vibration (HAV).