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Ergonomics

Physical Ergonomics – is concerned with human anatomical, anthropometric, physiological and biomechanical characteristics, as they relate to physical activity. Relevant topics include; Physical Ergonomics – is concerned with human anatomical, anthropometric, physiological and biomechanical characteristics, as they relate to physical activity. … Continue reading

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Physical Ergonomics – is concerned with human anatomical, anthropometric, physiological and biomechanical characteristics, as they relate to physical activity. Relevant topics include; Physical Ergonomics – is concerned with human anatomical, anthropometric, physiological and biomechanical characteristics, as they relate to physical activity. … Continue reading

News

Accurate Ergonomics enjoys sharing! We would like the opportunity to share news and strategies with you on a variety of related subjects. Topics such as: How and why an organization may cultivate and maintain a balanced workforce; How to build … Continue reading

Greenville fire Capt. Chip Fashner injured his shoulder in October while extinguishing a blaze.

Fire protection is one of the most dangerous types of work in the nation. Last year, almost 71,000 injuries to U.S. firefighters occurred in the line of duty, and the rate of nonfatal injury and illness in fire protection was … Continue reading

Us Postal SErvice

U.S. Postal Service: The Senate overhaul is allowing for the closure of hundreds of Post Offices nationwide. The overhaul is an attempt to chart a pathway to solvency for the agency while avoiding severe austerity measures. One of the biggest … Continue reading

June 2012: What’s Next

When asked what’s next in the evolution of safety, the President of the American Society of Safety Engineers stated that “we must establish a prevention culture.” “It is up to us to establish a culture of prevention in organizations, in … Continue reading

ORANGE COUNTY FACES WORKERS’ COMP DEFICIT… MOVES TO BOOST RESERVES:

May 2012 ORANGE COUNTY FACES WORKERS’ COMP DEFICIT… MOVES TO BOOST RESERVES: The Orange County Board of Supervisors is taking action to remove the county’s self-funded workers’ comp from the economic roller coaster that has left it funded at just … Continue reading

Workers’ compensation swindler ordered to repay state $8,687

November 27 Workers’ compensation swindler ordered to repay state $8,687 AUGUSTA — A 47-year-old Charlotte man has been ordered to repay the state $8,687 for illegally collecting workers’ compensation benefits last year. The restitution was ordered last week as part … Continue reading

Surveillance Video Exposes Workers Compensation Fraud

November 28, 2012 Surveillance Video Exposes Workers Compensation Fraud COLUMBUS, Ohio — A Columbus man has been sentenced for workers’ compensation fraud after the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) caught him on camera working at his lawn care business … Continue reading