16
Nov
5 Reasons to Earn Your Certified Ergonomic Specialist Designation / CES Designation

5 Reasons to Earn Your CES Designation

All-In-One Practical Learning Experience – Our CES Designation program covers all aspects of ergonomics and provides a clear path to understanding. Each stage of the 5-day course builds upon previous content, walking students through the actual processes.  Unique Personal Attention – Our small class sizes allow us to provide personalized care and attention. Our experienced trainers will engage with participants and provide meaningful …

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13
Nov

RollerMouse Red by Contour – Product Review

The mouse is a standard piece of computer equipment. Computer users use the mouse almost three times as much as the keyboard. As exposure rates are high, improving upper extremity posture while using a computer mouse is very important. Not to mention, using a mouse regularly involves stationary positions, and small and repetitive movements of the same small muscles over …

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10
Nov

National Kinesiology Week – November 13-19 2017

National Kinesiology Week “If all the ways that exercise helped you were replicated in a drug, it would be considered a miracle drug.” – Dr. Ian Blumer National Kinesiology week is an initiative to remind Canada of the amazing healing power of physical activity. Physical activity plays an important role in the health, well-being, and quality of life of Canadians. …

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8
Nov

A Testimonial You MUST Read – Anthropo-what?

The final day of a week well spent, And the discovery of what anthropometrics meant; A look at ergonomics shown 5 simple ways, Follow this process and your boss, you’ll amaze; Consider the task, station, structure, work and enviro, Assessing these may reduce trips to chiro; The needs will reveal a problem to solve, And a plan thereafter will soon …

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14
Jul
Ergonomic design of a line facility

Ergonomic Design

EKG was contracted by a Provincial liquor and gaming corporation to review a proposed semi automated bottle picking line for ergonomic risk factors and to provide recommendations on ergonomic design. The process involved a review of the ergonomic designs with the client involving a review of the intended design drawings, process rates, and order picking process. EKG obtained information related …

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