injury-prevention

Fostering self-belief in your workforce

Jordan Shyu - Physiotherapist 18 June, 2020

Creating a self belief mindset

The Challenges of Remaining Fit for Work

Andrew Lao 22 March, 2020

With recent announcements of Australian borders now being closed to non-residents and some non-essential businesses closing, the situation with COVID-19 continues to grow ever more complex and uncertain. Many workplaces have implemented policies[…]

The Two Most Common Post Christmas Injuries - and how to prevent them.

Ryan Tiernan Ryan Tiernan 16 January, 2020

Every year post of the Christmas holidays we see a spike in a range of different conditions. In many cases they can be attributed to one thing – rest.  My colleague Russell Dalton has previously discussed the important role of ‘loading’ to keep the[…]

Risk Managing the Meat Industry’s Ageing Workforce

Zac Lowth 20 September, 2019

A young person’s game.

Injury Prevention For New Runners

Russell Dalton 25 January, 2019

Getting off the couch and starting to run sounds easy, but in reality, it is quite a challenge. Our bodies have an amazing ability to change and adapt to which ever pursuit we wish follow.

Is taking a holiday a risk for work injury?

Russell Dalton 4 January, 2019

It’s a common story - a worker returns from annual leave and within the first couple of weeks of returning has an injury.  So the question is why?

The Active Office Secret

Ryan Tiernan Ryan Tiernan 18 October, 2017

The Active Office Secret

10 Ways a Business Will Save Money through Workplace Health & Occupational Physiotherapy

Ryan Tiernan Ryan Tiernan 12 October, 2017

Work-related musculoskeletal injury costs the Australian economy $28billion per year. The average cost of a musculoskeletal claim in Queensland is $7049 – and that’s just the statutory costs. It doesn’t take into account the cost your business[…]

6 Steps to Decrease Injury Rates for Rural & Remote Workers

Ryan Tiernan Ryan Tiernan 20 September, 2017

What do the Statistics Say?

You are twice as likely to be hospitalised due to injury in remote regions of Australia. Recently published reports have identified that the workplace is a key setting responsible for this higher injury rate. This[…]

Back Care on the Fly: Part 2

Ryan Tiernan Ryan Tiernan 29 August, 2017

Spinal Pain Management in Practice for Busy Professionals

Last week we looked at the rates of low back pain and associated economic costs across Australia. For more information, see Back Care on the Fly: Part 1: […]