Hi, I’m Kirsty Angerer aka The Travelling Ergonomist but you can call me Kirst.

In 2012 I gained my Bachelor of Science Degree in Ergonomics and Human Factors from Loughborough University. Since graduating I have developed my skills in the areas of new business development, ergonomic program development and training for managers and employees across office, healthcare and industrial environments including working with a global client base across The UK, Europe, the Middle East and Australia.

I am a Certified Professional Ergonomist and a Fitwel Ambassador.

What on earth is ergonomics, I hear you ask? Ergonomics (or human factors) is the scientific discipline concerned with the understanding of interactions among humans and other elements of a system, and the profession that applies theory, principles, data and methods to design in order to optimise human well-being and overall system performance.

Basically, ergonomics is about enhancing your performance (through good design) in everyday life whilst keeping you healthy. And it’s related to anything and everything you interact with.

I have been very fortunate to travel the world since a child and in the last few years I have visited much of the world to help businesses with their ergonomics programs. It both excites and sometimes baffles me how employers across the world address employee wellbeing in the workplace. I have a very unique opportunity to work with decision-makers, learn about their business and educate them on the best practices. I take this responsibility very seriously and strive to help as many people as I can along the way.

So follow me on this journey and see the world through the eyes of an ergonomist.

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Since starting The Travelling Ergonomist Business I have been inundated with messages from young people asking how I’ve set up my brand and where to start. I’m so excited to be mentoring some of these people now because I know how important it is to have someone believe in your vision. I’ve been fortunate enough throughout my career to have had wonderful mentors who have helped shape the person I am today.

I’ve followed countless people on YouTube, read a multitude of blogs, connected with so many people and spent a small fortune buying courses to teach me about business, online marketing and building a brand. I started following Nate (@worldnate) and Hannah (@Intrepidintrovert) about 2 years ago and they instantly resonated with me. I took their Wired Creatives online course and it really was the foundation that I needed to start my business. So, if you’re looking to build a life that you can live on your own terms then definitely check it out here. You won’t regret it. The Wired Creatives community is amazing.

If you want someone to bounce ideas off of, then please connect. I’d love to support you.

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Looking to develop an ergonomics program or just need to fill some gaps in an already established program? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Go ahead and click on the link below which will give an idea of how we like to manage a program. 

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Tune in and listen to me discuss workplace wellness with Ed Phillips on the Health & Wellbeing radio show.

I be presented at the Total Facilities’ Speaker Series about the growing awareness of wellbeing in the workplace.

I’ve been featured in the HIMMS Insights magazine.

Safeti Podcast

Excited to have been interviewed by Richard Collins at the Safeti Podcast. We delve into the disconnect between ergonomics and health & wellbeing, and why you should make ergo part of your business strategy.

I was recently featured on a Linkedin post via Sektor; an innovation solutions provider.

Are you sitting comfortably?

Read my latest piece on Total Facilities.

At this year’s WorkLife series organised by Sydney Indesign, one of the most poignant and controversial topics in the industry was tackled. I was lucky enough to be part of the discussion. Check out the highlights here.

Mobile Working is the new agile: How to design for an ‘out of office’ workforce