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With the transition to permanent hybrid work models, and with 65% of Canadians working two or more days/week remotely, Ergonomists are seeing employers fail to grasp easy opportunities to provide guidance and make improvements to hybrid workstations. These failures not only put employees at risk of sustaining musculoskeletal injuries, but can negatively impact employee productivity, job satisfaction and increase absenteeism and turnover; which ultimately impacts an organization’s bottom line.
By presenting real life case studies, we will reveal common and costly mistakes to avoid, including:

  • The lack of a hybrid work policy
  • The lack of easily accessible educational resources for staff
  •  The treatment of workspaces as “temporary”
  • The failure to select appropriate equipment, furniture and seating
  • Employees not knowing on how to make proper adjustments to their workstations to protect their long-term health.

Do you have a sit stand desk that is collecting dust? Do your employees only “sit” at their height-adjustable workstations? Or, are you considering purchasing an adjustable desk for yourself or your staff?

If you answered Yes to any of these questions, Join ERGO Inc. as we share what considerations you should make when purchasing an adjustable workstation, and tips for optimal use so you can get the most out of your investment and avoid costly mistakes.

In this webinar, we will discuss the following:

  • Desktop units vs. fully adjustable desks – what is the difference and which is best?
  • How to select the correct desk height ranges to ensure an ergonomic set up
  • What accessories / features are really “need to have” vs. just “nice to have”?
  • Are electric versions the only reasonable option, or are manual / crank adjustments suitable?

We will share real workplace success stories, as well as some failures, to help demonstrate what you can experience when purchasing and implementing adjustable desks.

“The maximum safe amount an individual can lift is 50 lbs.”

“Wrist rests are a good solution for employees with wrist pain when mousing.”

“Laptops are great portable devices that can be used as a desk top computer workstation.”

Do you know if these are these Ergonomics Facts, or Ergonomics myths?

Join ERGO Inc. as we debunk some common misconceptions related to ergonomics, computer workstation set-up, and manual material handling tasks. In this webinar, we will reveal the thinking behind some of these misconceptions and present the facts for topics such as:

  • Safe maximum lifting limits
  • Proper material handling techniques for tasks such as lifting and pushing/pulling
  • Use of wrist rests and other aides at computer workstations
  • Proper use and set up of laptops as computer workstations


The True Value of Ergonomics – What Cost : Benefit To Expect?

Are you underestimating the TRUE value of ergonomics? Our experience tells us that most employers and businesses do not understand the true value that effective ergonomic initiatives can have on their bottom line.

For too long ergonomics has resided in peoples’ opinion as just one component of a Health & Safety Program. Not only that, ergonomics is sometimes seen as a less “risky” or imminent health and safety concern, since ergonomics focuses on the cumulative effects of work on long-term health and well-being. As a result, ergonomics is not always prioritized, and the potential value of the program may not be fully apparent to all stakeholders. However, much like a good Health & Safety Program does more than ensuring employees’ safety, ergonomics provides many more benefits than injury prevention.

Read the full article here.

2022 is underway and it’s the perfect time to evaluate your Ergonomics Program to identify gaps to ensure risk reduction, as well as improved productivity, work quality, and overall job satisfaction.

Ask yourself – does our organization have the key components for a successful and first-class Ergonomics & Injury Prevention Program? Here are the top five essential ergonomic program components.

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