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Briotix Health and ErgoExpo Partner for Free Webinar on the Effectiveness of Virtual Ergonomic Solutions

Team Briotix – December 06, 2019

Ergonomic injuries are both expensive and common in today's workplace. While companies recognize the need for an office ergonomic solution, costs can be prohibitive. By leveraging next-generation technologies, progressive organizations are now saving time and money with a virtual ergonomic…

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Comprehensive Employment Screening Reduces Worker's Compensation Costs by 92%

Team Briotix – September 13, 2019

Management at a Post Consumer Brand facility thought they were doing what needed to be done to prevent work-related injuries when they implemented a work screen process, but when a trend emerged showing employees getting injured shortly after being hired, they realized there may be something…

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Understanding the Cost of MSD Injuries Presented at VPPPA

Team Briotix – August 16, 2019

Planning to attend the VPPPA National Symposium in New Orleans next week? If so, then don't miss Tony Kaczkowski's, Chief Strategy Officer, presentation,

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Briotix Health to Highlight Power of Virtual Ergonomics and Wearable Sensor Technology at ErgoExpo Conference

Team Briotix – August 16, 2019

Are you attending the ErgoExpo Conference next week? If so, then don't miss the three presentations being offered by Briotix Health team members highlighting recent virtual ergonomic case study results and wearable sensor/exoskeleton technology. 

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Agriculture Company Reduces Medical Costs by $2.4 Million with Injury Prevention Solution

Team Briotix – August 08, 2019

The world’s largest tree nut processing company was suffering from rising medical costs due to overall increases in the number of medical referrals and lost time-injuries. On average, the company processes more than 260 million pounds of almonds annually and having workers who aren’t performing…

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Utilizing Wearable Sensor Technology and Customized Wellness Plans to Reduce Work-Related Injuries and Improve Employee Health

Team Briotix – July 17, 2019

An industry-leading guide dog school was experiencing an increasing number of work-related musculoskeletal injuries shortening the length of their trainers’ careers. This was particularly troubling because the company was struggling to retain trainers longer than five years and losing significant…

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Reducing the Risk of Workplace Falls by Improving Your Balance

Team Briotix – July 11, 2019

Having good balance is important for many daily activities such as walking and going up and down stairs.  Good balance is also important for reducing the risk of injuries in the workplace.

According to the National Safety Council in 2016, 697 workers died in falls to a lower level, and another…

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Briotix Health's Natural Disaster Response Services Highlighted in NATA News

Team Briotix – June 25, 2019

In the June edition of NATA News, Briotix Health's injury prevention services delivered to utility workers who are responding to natural disasters was examined and celebrated for the use of athletic trainers and athletic training in a new way.

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Reducing Workers' Compensation Costs in the Hospitality Industry

Team Briotix – June 07, 2019

An upscale, international hotel was exceeding the national average of workers’ compensation claims per 100 employees substantially and trending in the wrong direction. In just two years, the net incurred total claims was more than $3,024,000. Direct costs were only part of the story. Indirect…

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It's as Easy as PIES - Reducing Lost-Time Injuries and Improving Employee Health

Team Briotix – May 28, 2019

From 2012-2016, one heavy manufacturing company began experiencing a high work-related musculoskeletal injury rate. During this four year window, ergonomic injuries represented 35% of the company's lost work days. As the trend continued, management's concern grew as the out-of-work time impacted…

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