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2023 Top Ergonomic Trends for Office and Hybrid Workers

DJ Brown, MBA, MS, ATC, CMMSS, CEAS – November 30, 2022

With 2023 just around the corner, it’s time to get ahead of the biggest ergonomic trends for the upcoming year.

Ergonomics is not a new concept but with an increased number of hybrid and remote workers, new ergo risk factors have emerged that must be addressed early to prevent long-term…

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2023 Top Workplace Safety Trends

Team Briotix – November 10, 2022

Calling all safety professionals, claims managers, HR representatives, and anyone else who cares about the safety of your company’s most valuable assets – the employees!

As the end of 2022 rapidly approaches, it’s time to start looking ahead to the top safety trends for 2023. Safety in the…

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What Is the Average Cost of an Ergonomic Assessment?

Team Briotix – August 02, 2018

Workplace injuries can create a cascade of problems for your workers and your company, but many of them are easily avoidable with if you take the right precautions early on. An ergonomic assessment can help to identify occupational hazards facing your workers and can be used to develop effective…

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To Record or Not to Record - Part II

Lori Deal – January 18, 2017

When exercise is recommended for a musculoskeletal symptom, do you record it on your OSHA log?

By Lori Deal, PT, DPT

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To Record or Not to Record - Part I

Lori Deal – January 11, 2017

When exercise is recommended for a musculoskeletal symptom, do you record it on your OSHA log?

By Lori Deal, PT, DPT

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What are the Best Benefits to Offer Millennial Employees?

Team Briotix – August 15, 2016

As leaders in ergonomics and injury prevention for global workforces, we enjoy the contrast in the workforce today – older employees are postponing retirement and working longer while younger employees, currently the Millennial generation, are an equally large force and have unique and differing…

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Early Ergonomic Intervention, A Cost Containment Solution

Bob Patterson MPT, CAE – June 11, 2013

Much of the medical and ergonomic research on Cumulative Trauma Disorders is focused on Medical and Disability cost savings through administrative remedies. But these efforts rarely strike at the root variables of the cost equation – How the employee injured themselves in the first place. Why do…

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