ERGONOMICS & BACK SAFETY


Don’t shoulder the burden of safety alone. Let our selection of back safety programs give you the extra support you need.

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Back Safety for First Responders

While EMTs, firefighters and law enforcement officers take care of others, it's up to you to have their back. The solid safety techniques and exercises demonstrated in this training will help them keep their back muscles strong and flexible.

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Strains and Sprains: A Public Concern

Don’t let sprains and sprains affect productivity in your workplace. Make sure that your workers understand the importance of proper body mechanics and prevent bad lifting habits amongst employees with this training.

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Ergonomics: The 24-Hour Body

Help your employees to use proper body mechanics 24 hours a day. They'll learn how to protect the body when during weekend chores, keep in their safety zones, and how to relax correctly. Even sleeping is part of this 24-hour protection plan.

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Ergonomics: Break the RMI Habit

This training program incorporates requirements of the California OSHA Ergonomics Standard (Article 106, section 5110) with common-sense ergonomics procedures to help your employees work safer and smarter.

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Back Safety: Lift Well, Live Well

This informative program teaches workers how to "head off" back pain by using their heads and always being aware of how to protect their back from injury, through careful lifting and invigorating exercise.

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Back Safety for Material Handlers

Material handlers are some of the most frequent victims of back injury, but if they practice the techniques taught in this program, they can keep their backs strong and avoid pain and injury.

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Back at Work

Stop carrying the burden of back problems now. Review proper lifting procedures and help your workers realize that a proper lifestyle can prevent back injuries.

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Ergonomics: Safe Patient Transfer

Back injuries and other musculoskeletal disorders are rampant in the healthcare industry. This program will help your staff understand the risks and the best practices they can implement to help protect themselves.

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