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Nine Ways to Make Shift Work, Work for You

Nine Ways to Make Shift Work, Work for You

Maintain regular eating patterns through balanced, varied meals.  Attempt to maintain at least one daily meal with the family to help keep communication channels open. Time meals appropriately.  Afternoon workers should aim to have their main meal in the middle of the...
Office Ergonomics – How to Set Up Your Workstation Properly

Office Ergonomics – How to Set Up Your Workstation Properly

Want to make your workstation more comfortable and reduce your risk of injury? These five office features need to be examined: Chair Work surface Keyboard Mouse Monitor To see what you can do in each key area, read the full article below. — The goal of ergonomics in...
Lend Yourself A Hand: By Switching Left and Right

Lend Yourself A Hand: By Switching Left and Right

Want to lend yourself a hand and help eliminate injury? Try switching simple tasks over to your non-dominate hand. Most of us are lucky enough to have two hands, and before we cripple the one we affectionately call our “good hand,” we need to learn to take more...
Our Five Favorite Ergonomic Lenses

Our Five Favorite Ergonomic Lenses

In 1988 Grandjean defined ergonomics as “Fitting the task to the person”. What a fantastic definition, for it is short, easy to understand and so simple in its elegance as it universally applies to what is at the heart of ergonomics.  Yet at the same time, ergonomics...
Yoga at Work: How It Can Work For You

Yoga at Work: How It Can Work For You

Ever thought of doing yoga at work? It’s easier and more beneficial than you think. Here’s why: Yoga is an effective stress reducer.  This may also raise morale and encourage more positive thinking.  Physical benefits include increased flexibility and strength,...

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