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Working in an office may seem harmless but musculoskeletal injuries can develop over time, especially for workers who spent the majority of their time sitting and typing in front of a computer.
Choose from the following available resources
Apps and Software
|PainPoint – Prevent Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs) at Work*||Contact us|
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|Office Health and Safety||$49.00|
|Return to Work During COVID-19: Addressing Return Anxiety NEW! FREE!||—|
|Return to Work During COVID-19: Considerations for a Hybrid Workplace FREE!||—|
|Office Ergonomics Safety Guide||$15.00|
|Telework and Home Office Health and Safety Guide *Updated!*||$15.00|
|How to Lift Safely||—|
|Position for Safety and Comfort||—|
|Prevent the Pain of Repetitive Strain Injuries||—|
|Sitting at Work Infographic||—|
|Tension Relief: It's a Stretch||—|
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|Ergonomic Risk Factors of Office Work||—|
|Eye-Opening Tips to Prevent Digital Eye Strain||—|
|Just a Bump or a Ganglion Cyst?||—|
|Proper Lighting in the Workplace||—|
|Shedding Light on Computer Vision Syndrome||—|
|Size Matters: Work Space Requirements for Office Work||—|