Use these five ergonomist viewpoints to approach different situations.
Ever thought of doing yoga at work? It’s easier and more beneficial than you think.
Ensuring you include a couple of good belly laughs in to your daily routine might just help you to live a healthier life.
High heels are known to cause serious pain, discomfort, and even long term damage. But despite all of that we continue to wear them. Here are some healthy shoe tips for purchasing heels.
Lean Manufacturing and Ergonomics may have different intents and purposes, but through teamwork and cooperative assessments, they can complement each other in making the workplace a more efficient and safer place.
What role do ergonomics play in your home? Here is a checklist to help you be more efficient, and safer in your kitchen.
Reducing the risk of injury in the workplace is a common goal of all who are involved with workplace health and safety. Typically these efforts involve making some sort of change which results in a reduction of an individual’s exposure to known or suspected injury risk factors. This is a good thing, for if you decrease exposure, you decrease risk.
Ergonomics is more than injury prevention; it’s about maintaining employee health and therefore the health of the business.
Stationary work is stressful on our bodies and now a new concept in healthy workstations has emerged.
To ensure the school year is a safe and healthy one, make sure your back pack does double duty supporting both your books and your back!