According to EHS Today, posture matters in manufacturing. Whether you’re lifting materials, standing in the warehouse or sitting to enter data, you need to pay attention to body placement. Otherwise, you may find yourself with pain and strain in the muscles. Not only can practicing good posture help keep you in good health, but it can also boost overall productivity in the workplace.
The news provider reports that research has tied educating employees on good posture with boosted productivity levels. It’s a good idea for management to put visuals up around the warehouse that demonstrate good posture practices, so employees can keep themselves in check while working.
Mashable reports there are small exercises you can do to help improve your posture, particularly if it’s a difficult habit to break. By doing small shoulder shrugs and stretching your legs, you’ll help keep the muscles loose, protecting you from potential strain and resetting posture.
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