Office Ergonomics App!

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Lift Safe, Live Safe

Lift Safe, Live Safe
Lifting is a regular part of our lives whether it is getting the groceries into the car after a long shopping trip or handling boxes of supplies at work. It is important that we lift safely to prevent sprains or strains that can impact both your work and home life. Preventing sprains and strains involves reducing risks. When it comes to lifting, risks for sprains or strains involve high forces, awkward postures, repetition, and in some instances, static postures.
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Reflecting on the 2017 Day of Mourning

Reflecting on the 2017 Day of Mourning
​This year as we come together on April 28th​ at Alberta’s 2017 Day of Mourning, we reflect on the high cost that 144 men and women have paid in 2016. That’s 144 lives lost to injury or illness and ​that does not even reflect those lives irreparably changed due to a life-changing injury. For this reason, we must consider all we can do to put an end to illness, injury, and death at the workplace because we all have the right to return home to our families alive and free of injury each day.
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Forward Head Posture: Risk Factors, Consequences, & Solutions

Forward Head Posture: Risk Factors, Consequences, & Solutions
Forward head posture is a spinal alignment problem that occurs when a person’s head routinely sits in front of their shoulder. It is estimated to be as prevalent as 66% of the population affecting persons of all age groups and both genders. Forward head posture is associated with increased neck pain, headaches, temporal mandibular (jaw) joint dysfunction, and decreased neck mobility.
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