Briotix News

Exoskeletons and Wearable Sensors – Technology that can Revolutionize the Way You Work

Team Briotix – April 19, 2018

New technologies emerge every day, driving the workplace to innovate and adapt. Just twenty years ago, cell phone technology was not common in most work environments. Now, the way we work has been forever altered with the development of the smart phone.

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Removing Barriers for Women in Technology

Team Briotix – April 11, 2018

According to a recent study conducted by the American Association of University Women, a non-profit which promotes gender equality, only 26% of technology jobs in the United States are held by women. This is down from 35% held in 1990.

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Briotix Offers Flexibility and Adaptability to our Food and Beverage Clients

Team Briotix – March 30, 2018

Given the manufacturing working environment of the food and beverage industry, there are significant risks present due to the physical nature of the work. The highly repetitive tasks required of employees create ample opportunity for discomfort and overuse injuries. It is because of this risk…

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Why all Food and Beverage Companies Should Adopt Early Musculoskeletal Injury Interventions

Team Briotix – March 21, 2018

Did you know that 47% of the workforce consists of aging Baby Boomers? Or that 79% of workers are considered sedentary and participate in inadequate daily exercise? Due to these and other relevant statistics, many companies are realizing the importance of addressing employee health and safety…

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Wearable Robotic Technology - How Will Future Workforces Apply Wearable Sensors and Exoskeletons? 

Team Briotix – March 16, 2018

At Briotix, technology drives innovation with the development of groundbreaking, technologically-advanced musculoskeletal injury prevention tools. Briotix is committed to continuing to develop new tools that leverage technology in a purposeful way to improve employee safety, personal health and…

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For the Food and Beverage Industry, Investing In Employee Health Makes Good Business Sense

Team Briotix – March 15, 2018

For many companies in the food and beverage industry, employees are valued as the company’s most important asset. But beneath that simple statement, lie a plethora of questions. If your workforce is your most important asset, are you regularly investing in it? Companies readily invest in…

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Groundbreaking Wearable Technology In Work Environments

Team Briotix – March 14, 2018

Did you know the estimated direct costs of work-related injuries due to overexertion involving an outside source was $15.1 billion in 2012? That represents one quarter of the total workplace injury direct costs (Liberty Mutual, 2014). These injuries account for about 30% of lost time injuries.…

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Technology Driven Ergonomic Solutions to Improve Organizational Operations

Team Briotix – March 13, 2018

Technology continues to drive Briotix’ innovative musculoskeletal injury prevention tools. Technologically-advanced wearable ergonomic sensors are groundbreaking devices that can be used to improve employee safety, personal health and organizational operations. Don’t miss Matt Marino’s…

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A Comprehensive Checklist to Ensure Compliance with New California Housekeeping MIPP Requirement

Team Briotix – March 12, 2018

 

In spring 2018, California’s Occupational Safety and Health Standards (OSHA) Board will pass legislation that requires all hospitality companies (hotels and motels) to develop and implement a comprehensive Musculoskeletal Injury Prevention Plan (MIPP) for their housekeeping department. The new…

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Industry Leader in Musculoskeletal Injury Prevention

Team Briotix – February 20, 2018

The continued development of innovative musculoskeletal injury prevention tools is at the heart of the Briotix mission. Our unique combination of groundbreaking tools, science, and technology to improve employee safety, personal health, and organizational operations has propelled Briotix forward…

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