Ambjor and I talk with James Rethaber about the new program that FFW has launched called ErgoHome. We discuss how this service started and how it helps those that find themselves working at home. ErgoHome helps spot and correct ergonomic issues with simple solutions all with a personal human interaction.
Ron Porter and Matt Jeffs of the back school discuss two certificate programs they have for anyone to learn how to do ergonomic evaluations. The CEAS teaches general ergonomics and the REAS is very useful now in focusing on virtual ergonomics to evaluate at home workstations.
We talk with Cassidy Barton who is the director of the WorkSteps foundation. While the foundation is still in the development stages and will be launching next we talk about how this foundation is seeking to fill in the gaps experienced by those with disabilities trying to enter the workforce.
Blending Wearable Technology and Onsite Early Intervention: Utilizing Data to be More Efficient While Onsite
Matt Hart, of Soter Analytics, joins the podcast to discuss his companies new wearable technology that is able to track proper lifting mechanics with a simple device, and how using this device can make a service such as FFW even more effective in preventing musculoskeletal injuries.
We are joined again by Forrest Richardson, who shares what companies need to know about managing COVID-19 concerns while remaining OSHA compliant. His knowledge as a Certified Safety Professional and an Associate Risk Management – enterprise shares clear information and resources.
Dr. Ben Hoffman joins Ambjor and I to discuss the pandemic that is affecting the world. He gives up to date information along with simple tips to keep the workplace as safe as possible during the unprecedented time.
Ambjor and I are joined once again by Dianna Stegall, the current president of the ASSP. This time we discuss fleet safety, and how the tips and tricks to keeping a fleet safe apply to more then those with company owned vehicles. She shares great ideas on how to keep everyone safe on the roads.
John Groves, CEO of Fit For Work, joins the podcast again to take a deeper look at the early intervention drawer of service that Fit For Work provides, and how most importantly it helps improve employees well being and companies bottom line.
Ambjor and I talk with John Varela, Technical Director of Sleep Medicine at WorkSTEPS, about how sleep apnea effects employees both on the road and in the office. We also discuss how WorkSTEPS is a one stop shop program to managing OSHA regulation for sleep apnea testing.