Jon discusses the modern, effective methods of reducing workplace injuries with Susan Anderson from US Foods Radio.
In an industrial work environment, the rigors and repetitive stress of physical tasks can cause significant wear and tear on the body.
The best way to prevent this stress from turning into injury or illness is with a preventative health approach: delivering programs that focus on proactively mitigating at-risk behaviors through exercise and education.
Not only does this help employees prepare their bodies for work, but also for living well for years to come.
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