Ergonomics

Photo of a woman stretching at her desk
04/15/19

Sit-stand desks continue to be the accommodation “flavor of the month.” But are they letting people down? There’s an alternative solution that likely doesn't include any new equipment — movement.

These five steps may help ensure your employees are receiving tailored accommodations to fit their individual medical needs and keep them productive in the workplace.
03/14/18
These five steps may help ensure your employees are receiving tailored accommodations to fit their individual medical needs and keep them productive in the workplace.
12/12/16
While an alternative seating option, such as a stability ball, may seem like a quick, easy and inexpensive way to combat a sedentary workday, stability balls aren’t a one-size-fits-all ergonomic solution.
07/21/16
Bad posture can lead to an array of health issues, including early degenerative changes in your lumbar and spine, and increased incidence of osteoarthritis and poor circulation.
05/12/16
Out of sight shouldn’t mean out of mind, especially when it comes to proper ergonomics.
12/09/15
Consultants from your disability carrier can help the employee and determine the appropriate accommodation, and hunt down the best equipment and the right vendor to make it happen.
08/20/15
Our ergonomic experts and vocational consultants trial all of the assistive equipment we provide to employees to ensure it will help mitigate as much of an employee’s pain and discomfort as possible.
05/22/14
Learn about how to help encourage and promote safe lifting in the workplace.
05/15/14
This first post in a two-part series addresses how to help employees in an office setting from exacerbating musculoskeletal injuries.
12/10/12
By taking into consideration the input from the employee and the medical provider regarding the employee's back pain and limitations, it is possible to begin reviewing workplace accommodations.