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Take Back Pain Out of Your Career

Back Pain Jackson MS Ergonomics

We are all familiar with the adage of "walking a mile in another man's shoes" but have we truly wanted to experience walking with another man's spine?  In this case we are referring to experiencing the physical strain on a body as we are working in our respective careers.  It is no surprise to anyone ...

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Working Smarter

Jackson workplace ergonomics

What is Working Smarter? According to the United States Department of Health and Human Services, ergonomics is the science of fitting workplace conditions and job demands to employee capabilities. An ergonomic assessment of the workplace critically appraises the physical work environment—followed by changes based on the assessment. Ergonomic principles are then used to make the workplace ...

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Understanding the Importance of Ergonomics

Jackson workplace ergonomics

Help for Long Haul Drivers Ergonomic principles are used to make a workplace suitable for the employees.  Making beneficial changes improves the safety and productivity, but what about occupations with variable conditions.   According to the Occupational Health and Safety Administration, truck drivers top the list of professionals who lose the most time from work due ...

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9 to 5 Ergonomics

Jackson workplace ergonomics

What Are Good Ergonomics? According to the United States Department of Health and Human Services, ergonomics is the science of fitting workplace conditions and job demands to employee capabilities. An ergonomic assessment of the workplace critically appraises the physical work environment—followed by changes based on the assessment. Ergonomic principles are then used to make the workplace ...

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