The Best of 2022
With a new year in sight, it’s time to reflect on things past and those that are to come in 2023! To do that, we take you back to Work Right’s most popular topics from the past year. Which were your favorites? As you read or re-read (click on the green boxes to read the original article), we hope you find them just as relevant as we changeover to the new calendar year. Happy New Year!
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National Wellness Month and National Dog Day converge to give us the physical and mental health benefits of dog ownership!
Effort in the Vein
Donating blood to save lives is a constant and urgent need. How can you do your part?
What to Stretch When You’re Expecting
As an industrial athlete, the requirement to use your body to perform job tasks may become a little more difficult with pregnancy. Let Work Right keep you PREPARED for your work day!
Step It Up
Don’t underestimate the power of a short walk after meal time. Even 2-5 minutes of quick walking can have major health benefits.
Processing Your Diet
Food is fuel for our bodies. But what kind of fuel are you eating? While not all processed foods are bad for you, be on the lookout for the ultra-processed kinds.
What to Expect After Expecting
Many female industrial athletes may return to work quickly after pregnancy and childbirth. Do not expect it to be an easy and fast recovery!
The Cost of Injury: The Foot
Check out these common workplace foot injuries and what you can do to avoid them.
Pick Your Brain: Concussion Safety
Traumatic Brain Injuries are common in the industrial workplace. Do you know the signs and symptoms? TBIs are also preventable!
During the holidays, don’t forget this time of year means something different for everyone. Prepare for these different expectations and emotions.
The Cycle of Giving
Giving = Happiness. And happiness is contagious! What are you doing to create your own never-ending cycle of happiness with giving? Work Right has a few examples to end the year RIGHT!
Be sure to check out our other blogs for further injury prevention education and tips from Work Right NW!