A New Way of Judging Ergonomic Performance: An Objective Set of Push/Pull Guidelines from the Ohio BWC/Ohio State University Spine Research Institute

In 2015, the The Ohio State University Spine Research Institute (SRI) received grant funding from the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) to improve workplace safety by [studying] “low back and shoulder disorders resulting from pushing and pulling activities.”[1] The long-term reason for this was to “…protect workers from disabling musculoskeletal disorders...

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Greg Moore Message
February 15, 2019 Uncategorized

We send this message today with a heavy heart; Greg Moore, RSM for the Northeast at Caster Connection, passed away on Tuesday, February 12th due to health complications.  Greg was a member of the Caster Connection team for 6 years and he will be greatly missed.  As details regarding services...

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Caster Connection Exhibiting at 3 Trade Shows in Spring 2019
January 27, 2019 News

It’s that time of year again when Caster Connection heads out on the road to show prospects the wonder of ergonomic possibilities, and to catch up and connect with current clients.In 2019 Caster Connection is exhibiting at more trade shows than ever, and this year we’re starting out in the...

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5 Significant Impacts of Production Line Downtime
October 17, 2018 Material Handling

Unplanned production line downtime can get ugly. Production line downtime can set off a ripple effect of inconveniences that hurts the bottom line. Production line downtime has been known to impact productivity, production delays, lost revenue, lost customer confidence and lost business to competitors. This post covers these 5 significant...

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