Musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions form the majority of workers’ compensation costs in Australia. For most businesses that have manual job roles, musculoskeletal conditions such as shoulder and back strains are common place, and will form the[…]
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?
A report published by Safe Work Australia in 2016 outlines that people who work shifts have more than double the risk of being injured at work than non-shift workers.
Early intervention strategies to manage workplace musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) have been proven to significantly decrease injury rates and worker’s compensation claim costs within a business.
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?
Employ Health recently completed implementing the ‘Self Defence for Scientists’ proactive health program that was delivered to the researcher team at the Children’s Cancer Institute at UNSW in Sydney.
A recent report released by the Institute for Safety, Compensation and Recovery Research has provided fascinating insight into incidence of work injuries and compensation claims in the ten-year period from 2004 to 2014. Unsurprisingly,[…]
Are shoulder injuries a problem at your workplace?
Back pain can be severe and debilitating. Thankfully we have cutting edge technology such as MRI scanning machines that can see right into the body and tell us exactly what and where the problem is so we can get better FAST right? WRONG.