Media headlines, in recent years, have depicted this notion that sitting is akin to smoking and can be considered a disease. Many of us spend our 40-ish hour work week lumped in an office chair, tucked away behind our keyboard and monitor. Now, in a global pandemic, many of us...

In simple terms, ergonomics means fitting the work to the worker. A quick walk through any retail store or a brief flip through a flyer or an online search will reveal a plethora of ‘ergonomic’ products; but what really makes them ergonomic? In today’s market, companies fabricate and attach a...

Have you heard the term tech neck? Although not an official medical diagnosis, it is an increasingly popular term used for musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) in the neck and upper back believed to be associated with poor postures and prolonged use of mobile devices. And some health professions predict it is...

Ensuring facilities are cleaned to expected standards without negative backlash on workforce As featured in Canadian Facility Management Design (CFM&D), a REMI Network:  #8230; Written by Alexandra Stinson, R.Kin., CCPE As more companies open their doors, allowing staff back to work, and with many students attending school in-person, it is important...

Productivity, quality, and efficiency are of utmost importance in today’s world, which has resulted in new and exciting technology to help companies achieve their goals more quickly and efficiently than ever before. These technologies help us share information, while often also providing us with added flexibility in our work life;...