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The ERGO Standard, December 2013 – Touch Screen Ergonomics
The ERGO Standard, Fall 2013 – Cognitive Demands Analyses (CDAs)
The ERGO Standard, Summer Edition – Dealing With Heat
June 2013- Ergonomics for Gardeners
March 2013 Newsletter- Get Out of Your Chair!
October 2012 Newsletter- Ergonomics for Parents
June/July 2012 Newsletter – Canadian Standard Association Z1004 is Now Avalable
April/May 2012 Newsletter – The WSIB Workwell Program: Tips to Get Prepared for a Workwell Audit
February 2012 Newsletter – Ergonomics for the Aging Workforce
November 2011 Newsletter – Wrist Braces: Should They Be Used to Prevent Hand & Arm Injuries in the Workplace?
September 2011 Newsletter – Ergonomic Challenges of Tablet PCs and iPads
July/August 2011 Newsletter – Ergonomic Legislation … What Does the Ministry of Labour Typically Look For?
May/June 2011 Newsletter – Can a Stability Ball Replace an Office Chair?
Mar/April 2011 Newsletter -Reducing Shoulder Claims by Reducing Overhead Work
Jan/Feb 2011 Newsletter - Taking Safety Seriously in 2011
Nov/Dec 2010 Newsletter – Is a Poor Workstation Set Up the Only Cause of Hand, Wrist/Forearm Discomfort?
July/Aug 2010 Newsletter – Canada is Taking an In-Depth Look at Ergonomics – Are You?
May/June 2010 Newsletter - Preventing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome & Other Upper Limb Injuries
March 2010 Newsletter - How to Solve Workplace MSD Hazards using a Participatory Ergonomics Approach
Jan 2010 Newsletter – Light Duties vs. Transitional Work: Why and How to Find Safe and Appropriate RTW Tasks?
Sept 2009 Newsletter - Is Your Organization Prepared for the Workwell Health & Safety Audit?
June 2009 Newsletter – Portable Anti-Fatigue Matting – What the Research Says
March 2009 Newsletter – Ergonomic Training in Healthcare Environments
Did you know that the risk of shoulder injury increases 3 to 5 times when doing overhead work? Above shoulder work should be designed out of the workplace, but some situations require it, such as a mechanic working under a … Continue reading →
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