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Why Exercise Belongs in the Workplace
Exercise Science
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Exercise Science
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Why Exercise Belongs in the Workplace

Jacqueline Victoria - May 04, 2017

Although the physical benefits of exercise are already familiar to most, new evidence suggests that exercising in the workplace has…

Proactive Intervention, Part II: Stop the Injury Cycle
Containment Strategy
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Containment Strategy
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Proactive Intervention, Part II: Stop the Injury Cycle

Jon F. Kabance, RKT - Mar 21, 2017

A three-part series on proactive intervention by BIOKINETIX In Part I, we addressed why it’s important to help injured employees recover…

Proactive Intervention, Part I: Rethink Recovery
Corporate Strategy
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Corporate Strategy
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Proactive Intervention, Part I: Rethink Recovery

Jon F. Kabance, RKT - Mar 21, 2017

A three-part series on proactive intervention by BIOKINETIX The aftermath of an occupational injury can be predictably arduous and time-consuming for…

Podcast: BIOKINETIX CEO Jon Kabance Discusses Injury Prevention on US Foods Radio
Awareness & Education
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Awareness & Education
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Podcast: BIOKINETIX CEO Jon Kabance Discusses Injury Prevention on US Foods Radio

Michael Liuzza - Sep 23, 2016

  Jon discusses the modern, effective methods of reducing workplace injuries with Susan Anderson from US Foods Radio. In an industrial…

Prevent Occupational Hearing Loss
Awareness & Education
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Awareness & Education
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Prevent Occupational Hearing Loss

Jon F. Kabance, RKT - Aug 09, 2016

In an industrial work environment, at-risk behaviors such as poor posture and improper eye protection can be observed and corrected almost…

The Value of Prioritizing Shift Work Safety
Corporate Strategy
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Corporate Strategy
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The Value of Prioritizing Shift Work Safety

Jacqueline Victoria - Jun 01, 2016

Demanding schedules are certainly no new phenomenon in the modern workplace. Shift work, particularly at night or in rotation, presents…

Safety Report: The Food Industry
Awareness & Education
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Awareness & Education
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Safety Report: The Food Industry

Jacqueline Victoria - Apr 28, 2016

When enjoying a meal, few take the time to consider all the steps it took to bring each of the…

Practice Safe Lifting by Tightening Your Gut
Exercise Science
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Exercise Science
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Practice Safe Lifting by Tightening Your Gut

Jon F. Kabance, RKT - Apr 25, 2016

For workers who spend much of their day lifting, pushing, pulling, or carrying materials—especially in a repetitive manner—it’s incredibly important…

Prevent Workplace Eye Injuries in 3 Steps
Awareness & Education
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Awareness & Education
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Prevent Workplace Eye Injuries in 3 Steps

Jacqueline Victoria - Apr 19, 2016

In the context of modern labor, workplace eye injuries have become nearly as common as slips and falls. According to the CDC, about 231,100 emergency…

Why Your Business Needs Workplace Athletic Trainers
Costs & Finance
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Costs & Finance
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Why Your Business Needs Workplace Athletic Trainers

Michael Hickey, M.A., ATC, CSCS - Apr 07, 2016

To the casual observer, athletic trainers are just the people who run onto the field after an athlete gets injured.…