Ergonomics in the Lab

Written by Vince McLeod. Originally posted on December 1, 2019. Carpal tunnel is a term that strikes fear into everyone that uses a computer, and we all know how much computers are used in laboratories and research in general. Everything from data entry to notation and protocol documentation to grant, article, and proposal writing is digital Read more about Ergonomics in the Lab[…]

Ergonomics Recommendations for Remote Work

Written by Anand Subramanian, Brandy Farris Miller, Jeffrey Fernandez. Originally posted on April 1, 2020. Photo credit: Dreamstime.com, ID 88803054 The world has moved to a reality where many people are working from home and social distancing measures require a new normal.  This means more and more people are working at a location other than Read more about Ergonomics Recommendations for Remote Work[…]

5 Ergonomics Tips to Help You Avoid Fatigue and Burnout at Work

Written by Pete Haglund, Client Success Manager at Selene Marketing. Posted February 7, 2020 We’ve all experienced some office-furniture-related pain while working long hours at a desk. But it’s tempting to ignore the daily aches and pains when you’re just plain busy. Whether you’re a wellness professional in charge of helping others stay healthy or simply a victim Read more about 5 Ergonomics Tips to Help You Avoid Fatigue and Burnout at Work[…]

The Role of Ergonomics in Corporate Fitness

Written by Jeff Hiserman, PT, Adjunct Professor, Physical Therapist Assistant and Industrial Design Departments of Pennsylvania College of Technology Posted by Corporate Wellness Magazine Every year in the United States, there are approximately 735,000 heart attacks. In the United Kingdom, there are more than 100,000 heart attacks per annum. Many countries around the globe are experiencing a rise in Read more about The Role of Ergonomics in Corporate Fitness[…]