Over the holidays, I am taking a few minutes to pause and be thankful, before I rush to nail down my 2021 resolutions. Here are five kitchen inventions that we can be grateful for on Christmas day (and why): – A built-in oven with a side-opening door. Our stuffed turkey is one of the heaviest […]
Estimated reading time: 2:45 We are often asked to do assessments where forward reach turns out to be the most significant issue. Our recommendations often involve changes that look insignificant…we want to chisel away at this table, or nudge the part bin a bit closer, or reinstall two pieces of equipment closer together by a […]
Check out our article in the Ergonomics Canada 2018 magazine!
e-news from Josie Blake… We recently attended the ACE 2016 conference in Niagara Falls. Topics ranged from specific research on twisting the back, to sit-stand workstations, to training in the healthcare field. One presentation on dental professionals got me thinking about my recent trip to the dentist, and made me wish I had another appointment soon, […]
I suspect that few things are more frustrating to an engineer than fielding complaints from workers on a brand new line. An engineer or project manager who has just spent months attending to the many, many, many details of a new project may not be receptive to the type of “constructive” feedback that workers have to […]