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As the cannabis-legalization shift continues to sweep the nation, California growers are uniquely positioned to lead the way on ergonomic controls.
Testing new approaches and new ideas to create effective methods and solutions; it’s what ergonomists do, and it’s what we’re doing for the 2020 National Ergonomics Conference.
Musculoskeletal disorders can lead to opioid abuse, but workplace ergonomics can make a difference. Let’s not forget the urgency of the opioid epidemic in the wake of COVID-19.
Technology is now inseparable from the ergonomics revolution empowering safety professionals to prevent injuries.
Older workers may be more vulnerable, but their experience is indispensable, which is why it’s important to protect them with ergonomics.
Teaching employees proper body mechanics can help prevent injuries and reduce musculoskeletal risk.
The bridge between between a high-performance workforce and a peak-safety workplace might be wider than meets the eye.
In the wake of COVID-19, work-from-home is a new reality that has hit corporate America and beyond. Here are five strategies to ensure proper ergonomics.
After losing his father to a work-related accident, Sean Petterson made it his mission to protect other manual laborers through ergonomics and wearable technology.
Data has linked MSDs to opioid overdoses. But there may be hope yet: implementing proper ergonomic practices.
For 25 years, professionals have relied on ErgoExpo to learn how to build an effective ergonomics program or maximize an existing one, on any budget, in any industry.
A Texas A&M study concludes that effective ergonomic guidelines must take BMI into account.
Ergonomics safety programs reduce injuries and help organizations reach operational goals.
Cyber security, physical safety and mental health are key to keeping your business safe and your employees productive.
Keeping employees who have transitioned to working from home safe from repetitive stress or other ergonomic-related injuries is paramount.
Many professionals successfully managed COVID’s changing work environment, but not everyone was so lucky.
For all its challenges, the pandemic also brought opportunities to cater to changing needs and focus on innovation.
In this RIMS session, Michelle Despres of One Call shares how employers can prevent their employees from suffering from a work from home injury.
As we approach almost a full year since office closures and work-from-home mandates, this National Ergo Conference session delves into the various ways to incorporate ergonomics into your remote work setting.
Many workers are celebrating an extensive work-from-home option, but physical and mental injuries may go undetected.