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Sitting and being stationary is something we all do on a daily basis, but for some of us sitting is worse than for others and in a lot of cases unavoidable based on your job. People who sit too much often suffer from low back pain, sciatica, elbow or neck pain to name a few. Even though sitting may be unavoidable it does not have to create new problems for you. For many of us, the most we sit is while we are at work. By improving your work station you can help improve your posture, reduce pain a...
Posted on 2018-05-18
Quality Assurance and control is an ongoing goal and challenge for many companies. Many countless hours and financial resources are dedicated towards efficient structural engineering and equipment operations.  However, the efficiency of those behind these controls, namely the employees should also be taken into account. Employees are expected to have full and undivided attention in their work.  This ability to maintain focus on specified tasks at work is rarely assessed or trained. Res...
Posted on 2018-05-18
Why do Ergonomic Assessments fail? The implementation of sound office ergonomic programs have been rising over the past decade with the increase in desk jobs, mobile device use and reliable technology and infrastructure. Properly designed office workstations help employees avoid fatigue and discomfort and promote employee productivity! However, if the strategy of addressing office ergonomics is to reduce and eliminate risk factors that contribute to injuries and poor work performance, the...
Posted on 2018-04-25
Ever wonder why athletes are back on the playing field so quickly after an injury, meanwhile someone from work may be on a disability leave for weeks to months with a similar injury? The answer is quite simple – these employees are not being managed the same way that an athlete would. This is just one of the key factors behind why companies continue to struggle with the management of workplace injuries and the associated rising healthcare costs. Employees working in the industrial sector ...
Posted on 2018-02-15

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