Resurrecting Your Resolutions after Quitter’s Day

Posted by Ken Carson on Jan 25, 2021 8:59:57 AM

 

 

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Topics: Employee Health, Ergonomics, Fun & Morale

Radiology Desk Features that Doctors, Dispatchers & All Mission-Critical Workers Will Love

Posted by Kristen Neilsen on Jan 11, 2021 5:01:53 PM
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Topics: Employee Health, Accessories, Healthcare, Xybix vs. Competitors

Burn off Pandemic Pounds with a Desk Treadmill or Bike

Posted by Doug Herman on Jan 4, 2021 7:55:46 AM

 

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Topics: Employee Health, Accessories, Fun & Morale, Brief Overview

4 Reasons Your Utility Operations Center Needs Height-Adjustable Consoles

Posted by Ken Carson on Nov 18, 2020 7:40:53 AM

 

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Topics: Employee Health, Ergonomics, Features, Command Centers, Pre-Planning

When Your New Toolbelt is a Desk: Coming in from the Field with Leg Clearance & Posture

Posted by Ken Carson on Oct 15, 2020 12:46:43 PM

 

 


Out in the field, in extreme temperatures, at risk every day, you dream of a cushy desk job. But you’ve seen Office Space, right? Are you just trading in your toolbelt for a TPS report?

It doesn’t have to be that way. When you make the transition from the field to a utility control center or dispatch center, your office and desk can be just as comfortable as your coveralls, turnout gear or climbing gear. Read on for 6 tips from people who’ve successfully made the switch!

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Topics: Employee Health, Ergonomics, Features, Healthcare, Pricing, Dispatch, Utilities, Transportation, & Casinos, Fun & Morale

Ergonomic Design: Protecting Your Lower Body with Leg Clearance & Posture

Posted by Ken Carson on Oct 7, 2020 7:35:15 AM

 

 


“We have clearance, Clarence.”

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Topics: Employee Health, Ergonomics, Design, Features, Detailed Overview

Remodel Your Radiology Reading Room During the Calm Before the Storm

Posted by Doug Herman on Sep 30, 2020 7:50:24 AM

 

 



A storm is brewing. An estimated 28 million people delayed elective surgery this year due to the pandemic. And as you know, elective doesn’t mean unnecessary. The backlog is brewing and you’ll want to be ready.

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Topics: Employee Health, Installation Information, Design, Features, Healthcare, Pricing, Detailed Overview, Pre-Planning

Ergonomic Design: Protecting Your Shoulders & Wrists

Posted by Ken Carson on Sep 25, 2020 8:47:39 AM

 

 



If you could make a few easy changes in your life that would prevent long-term harm, would you? Of course, you think. But if that were the case, diets, bankruptcies, and computer (and maybe non-computer) viruses would be a thing of the past. But we Americans like to let things go and then look for a quick fix.

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Topics: Employee Health, Ergonomics, Design, Features, Detailed Overview, Pre-Planning

WFH Radiology Done Right

Posted by Ken Carson on Sep 10, 2020 11:58:12 AM

 

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Topics: Employee Health, Ergonomics, Design, Features, Healthcare, Brief Overview

Ergonomic Design: Protecting Your Eyes, Neck, & Shoulders

Posted by Ken Carson on Aug 21, 2020 7:51:52 AM

 

 



Last weekend, I traveled to California for a wedding and drove a rental car. The whole time I was there, I couldn’t quite get the seat and headrest adjusted comfortably—at least not while still seeing out the window to drive. I ended up sitting through the wedding with a crick in my neck, pining for the memory seats in my car.

This served as a stark reminder of the importance of ergonomics. Our work environments need to be designed for the human factor to prevent injury, decrease muscle fatigue and increase productivity. Good design can do everything from preventing repetitive stress injuries and eye strain to solving trip hazards and keeping employees alert and engaged.

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Topics: Employee Health, Ergonomics, Design, Features, Healthcare, Detailed Overview