Sometimes you get that feeling, like someone is watching you. And maybe that makes you sit up straighter. Our Social Media team had some fun with that theme, creating some videos that we’ll share over the next few months. We used our life-size wooden mannequin to represent an “ergo” monitor. The images above were clipped […]
This year, I’m giving myself a gift. And I’m making my resolutions a week early. Simultaneously. My resolutions involve being kinder, to myself and those around me. I want to stop looking at the clock as my personal adversary. It’s time to make some adjustments. And, naturally, I can tie these to ergonomics. As the […]
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This article shows how best practice studies can build the basis for hazard-specific ergonomics training.
Attracting and retaining talent has become more challenging in the past three years. It’s an employee’s market out there. During “The Great Resignation”, in the face of the pandemic’s doom and gloom, we had more time to think about what really matters to us, and many people considered career changes. Many (though not all) of […]
Over the past 25+ years, I’ve shared articles about issues that were relevant to me at specific times in my life: pregnancy, ergonomics with (and for) children, pets, camping, cottaging, travel, and so on. When I meet new people at business functions, those who have been reading our newsletters and blogs often tell me that […]