Everyone is getting older, but having so many people getting older at the same time is creating a challenge for government, the economy and, of course, workplaces. Part of the consequence of this demographic shift is that people are expected to work till they are much older, past the traditional retirement ages of 58, 60 and 65.
Woolworths was looking for a solution to improve its back-of-store operations, resupplying milk into the rear-loading display fridges. The challenge was to increase productivity, reduce staff injuries and improve the user experience.
As an occupational health physiotherapist, I spend much of my time assessing and managing workers who have sustained musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) whilst performing workplace manual tasks.
The EXAIR small 316 stainless steel cabinet cooler systems with electronic temperature control keep electrical enclosures cool with -7°C air, while maintaining the NEMA 4X rating of the enclosure and resisting the heat that could adversely affect the internal components.
Paramedics with access to powered stretchers are less likely to be injured on the job, a new study has found.
The installation of skylights at a busy shopping centre requires technology that enables the process to be carried out safely and efficiently.
To ensure road safety and avoid fines, RFNSW has called on the trucking industry to ensure an even load distribution.
In its quest to improve the handling of heavy loads involved in moving product cartons, BWS has adopted the self-supporting Rotatruck.