OHS Canada Magazine

New Training Topics Address Injuries to Backs, Knees and Shoulders

October 19, 2015
By Electrolab Limited
Health & Safety

OCTOBER 2015 — BELLEVILLE, ONTARIO — Injuries occurring from improper position and movement are common in most workplaces. This three-part series deals specifically with injuries to the back, knees and shoulders and discusses simple techniques your employees can use to avoid the pain of these common injuries. Each topic covers common stresses, injury-prevention techniques, stretching and exercise.

Protecting Your Knees
Our knees are important to many of the moves we make each day. And there’s a lot that can be done to avoid a knee injury. This program will cover the things your employees can do to keep their knees healthy.

Protecting Your Back
Back pain doesn’t just happen. It’s usually the result of a lot of improper movements that add stress to your back. One movement may trigger the pain, but it’s usually a long time coming. This program will cover the things your employees can do to keep their backs healthy.

Protecting Your Shoulders
If we don’t pay attention and use the right positioning, our shoulders, like any part of the body that’s not used in the proper way, are vulnerable to injury. This program will cover the things your employees can do to keep their shoulders healthy.

These programs from CLMI are available in DVD and streaming-media formats. Additional information or free previews are available by calling Electrolab Training Systems at 1-800-267-7482 or emailing safety@electrolab.ca or by visiting our website www.electrolab.ca/product-focus

About Electrolab Limited
Operating in Canada for over 35 years, Electrolab provides health and safety, human-resources and technical-skills training products to businesses and industries across Canada. Electrolab is a global leader in workplace safety training as the creator, sole proprietor and international representative of SafeStart.
Website: www.electrolab.ca

About CLMI
Founded in 1984, CLMI Safety Training (formerly known as Comprehensive Loss Management, Inc.) is recognized as one of the leading sources for innovative, high-quality safety-training videos and programs. Website: www.clmi-training.com


Media Contact:

Claire Stewart

Electrolab Limited

Phone: 800-267-7482 ext. 308

Email: cstewart@electrolab.ca


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