CTD News Workplace Solutions for Repetitive Stress Injuries

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Reduce workplace force and pressure.(CTD QUICKTIPS)
June 1, 2005 ... Improper posture and excessive force have been linked to a litany of repetitive stress injuries. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health made the following recommendations to improve employee health: * Reduce the number...

Computer use cited in pitcher's injury.(CTD NEWS)
June 1, 2005 ... Professional baseball pitchers are at risk for developing musculoskeletal problems due to repetitive motion. Throwing a baseball puts stress on the elbow and shoulder. However, computer use can also lead to RSIs. Chicago Cubs pitcher...

Encourage safe lifting practices.(CTD QUICKTIPS)
June 1, 2005 ... Back injuries resulting from improper lifting account for nearly one-quarter of all workplace injuries, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. To improve lifting habits, the Office of Environmental Health and Safety at the University of...

Proactive approach reduces workplace injury cycle.(CTD Q&A)(Interview)
June 1, 2005 ... Companies might search for ergonomic remedies when employees experience repetitive stress injuries on the job. However, industry experts advise companies to implement proactive programs to reduce injury risks before they develop into costly...

Voluntary exercise programs can reap big rewards.(CTD WORKPLACE)
June 1, 2005 ... Companies with elevated injury rates might look to voluntary exercise programs to reduce absenteeism and improve employee productivity. While exercise programs should be optional for workers, they can pay out substantial dividends by...