Very useful news piece here! https://kitchener.ctvnews.ca/working-from-home-here-s-how-to-avoid-the-negative-side-effects-1.5163181#_gus&_gucid=&_gup=twitter&_gsc=STd2UKc As most of the world continues to work from home, pains and strains are creeping up. ...
Ergonomics in the workplace has become the norm with the advancement of health and safety policies, standards, and guidelines aimed at preventing and mitigating ergonomic risk to workers. Employers seek to educate their employees on ergonomic literacy and use...
Problem Up to 86% of surgeons report work related pain Surgeons are often exposed to non-neutral neck and shoulder postures for prolonged periods of time Adequate knowledge of ergonomics has been reported in as few as 11% of practicing surgeons Risk Factors...
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