Simon Pearce Glassblowers receive on-site ergonomics and PT evaluation and treatment.

Simon Pearce Employees Get a Unique Benefit


Submitted 8 months ago
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Joy Clancy

Pro-Active Approach to Health and Safety Brings Provider On-Site

Workplace injuries are one of the leading causes of missed days, low production, and job transfer. In 2016, nearly 3 million employees reported a workplace injury/illness. Nearly half of those reported led to restriction of work, job transfer, or days missed from work. Most of these injuries are musculoskeletal in nature and include the neck and back. Attention to ergonomics, the study of people’s efficiency in their working environment, has been proven to help lessen muscle fatigue, increase productivity, and reduce the number and severity of work-related musculoskeletal disorders.

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Employers like Simon Pearce (Vermont-based maker of handcrafted glass and pottery) that take a proactive approach to preventing and addressing injuries see real reductions in lost work time, OSHA injuries reports, and worker’s compensation claims.

READ MORE at Cioffredi.com/simon-pearce-employee-health

Billy Cioffredi, PT, CEAS, works on-site at Simon Pearce in Windsor, VT.

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