Tip# 11 If you need to move an item or a load, remember that pushing and pulling causes less strain on your back than lifting and lowering. Furthermore, pushing is easier and safer than pulling. If possible, try converting lifting and lowering activities to pushing.
4 Steps to set up your workstation. The UCLA Ergo main page is also worth checking out!
Ergonomic Tip of the Week Tip# 10 Do you stand for long periods of time?Try mastering these tips to reduce fatigue and prevent discomfort from prolonged standing1. Stagger your stance; place one foot slightly in front of the other2. Bend your knees slightly3. Shift your weight; change positions frequently4. Whenever possible, got a foot up. Rest one foot on a footstool or something stable to reduce strain on your lower back....
Tip# 9 Did you know?Smoking reduces the oxygen in your blood and can significantly increase your risk of soft tissue sprains and strains.
Something very helpful to keep in mind!
Ergonomic Tip of the WeekTip #8 How is your desk organized?Keep frequently used items close by. They should be easily reached with a sweep of the arm.
Very helpful indeed
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