Monthly Archives: September 2011

Standing for long periods of time? Its time to Get Gel!

GelPro Medical Mats are scientifically engineered with patented gel technology to provide lasting relief and comfort to surgeons, nurses, and technicians.     Gel contours to the shape of feet to relieve fatigue and discomfort Anti-microbial and anti-bacterial properties Top … Continue reading

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Adapting Daily Life to my Aging Mom, Part 3 – Ergo Solutions for Hearing Loss and Mobility Challenges

In an effort to better understand and address some of the challenges associated with aging, such as limited tactile sensation and restricted movement of the knees, elbows and neck, the ergonomics team at Ford Motor Company regularly dons what they … Continue reading

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Ergonomic Events & Conferences – Fall 2011

Summer is gone and the Fall 2011 conference season is here! AliMed Ergonomics is pleased to participate in and support continuing education and networking opportunities at the events listed below – another free webinar and two conferences where we’ll be … Continue reading

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4 Tips for Choosing an Ergonomic Desk Chair

If you have a desk job, you are likely to spend 56 hours a week sitting. That’s not just at your desk; that’s also in your car, on your couch, at your kids’ soccer games or at the movie theater. … Continue reading

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A Pain in the Back

One complaint you may be hearing from your employees while sitting is about having lower back pain which is the second highest complaint while sitting. First, you will or eventually will have back pain if you do not use the … Continue reading

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Training Adults in Ergonomics, Safety and Health

You’re knocking yourself out training, meeting all compliance needs, but are your trainees learning? According to studies of adult learners, your trainees may be paying less attention to vital ergonomics, safety and training than you think.  Studies of adult attention … Continue reading

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Atlas Ergonomics and AliMed Work Together to Reduce Patient Handling Risk

  GRAND HAVEN, Mich. and DEDHAM, Mass. — Atlas Ergonomics and AliMed, inc. have joined forces to reduce the high risk of on-the-job injury among health care workers who handle patients. The alliance combines Atlas’s proven risk assessment and ergonomic … Continue reading

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Taking Your Ergonomics Program To the Next Level

Presented by: James Mallon, BS, MS, MBA, CPE, Vice President, Humantech, Inc. REGISTER NOW for FREE! How mature is your ergonomics process? Can you make improvements, boost productivity, and reduce injuries even further? Tune in to find out! During this webinar … Continue reading

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Adapting Daily Life to My Aging Mom, Part 2 – Ergo Solutions for Declining Vision

 In the first article of this series, I shared my new found awareness that my mom having trouble negotiating some of the routine activities of daily life now that she is getting on in years. And, based on my knowledge of … Continue reading

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Ergonomic Mouse: Size Matters!

Wednesday, September 7th, 2011 at 1:28 pm   Handshoe Mouse We would like to explain why size matters when you select an ergonomic mouse. First of all, we are not telling you any news if we say that different people have different hand … Continue reading

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