Our Story






Home office with up-to-date equipment for a comfortable work. New modern notebook, up-to-date

Office Ergonomics

Key to health and safety in the workplace

To hire and retain the best workers in today’s hot job market, employers need to be aware of their employees’ work environment.

The need for workplace health awareness has grown, partly because of the increased number of employees experiencing repetitive strain injuries. Rising health-care costs have prompted employers to design effective workplace health and wellness programs.

Ergonomics is a key factor in an organization’s health and safety program. Through training, workers can take responsibility for their own injury prevention.

Make. Work. Better.

This is an exclusive subscriber-only story

Subscribe Today

To discuss re-use of this material, contact us.

Already a Subscriber? Log in.

Source: www.healthyalberta.com

Reuse and Permissions: Unauthorized distribution, transmission, reuse or republication of any and all content is strictly prohibited. To discuss re-use of this material, please contact: copyright@yourworkplace.ca ; 877-668-1945.

YW staff
YW Staff

A Capital Advantage

Previously I introduced the concept of psychological capital and discussed how it could be integrated into an organization’s culture. To recap, whereas intellectual capital involves

Read More »