We’ve told you a little bit about our story before. We started as caterers and had to find a solution for helping our workers’ aching backs. They were working from folding tables that were simply too low. Flash forward thousands of sets later, we now know fully how our folding table risers can work for you in your home or business.
The National Week of Making was last month, but we think it’s never too late to celebrate our clients! We have a lot of customers who use our folding table risers to lift up their work surfaces so they can work on their craft without hurting their backs. There are so many different things to make and it’s exciting to be able to support people who are in this group.
As you know, here at LiftYourTable™ we want to save your backs! In addition to lifting your folding table work surface so you're not hurting your back, there are daily habits that also help keep your back in good shape.
Working from home is here to stay, for those whose jobs allow for it. Many of our clients will be back to work on their warehouse floor, some in offices, and some at home. No matter where you are, World Environment Day (on June 5) is a reminder that staying green is still important! Here are some ways that you can remain sustainable, no matter where your workspace happens to be.
Today it’s Christmas Eve, for those who celebrate Christmas. Earlier this week, others celebrated the winter solstice. Jewish tradition places Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights, around this time of year as well. This time of year (at least in the Northern Hemisphere!) has long been a time to recognize the longest night of the year. [...]
At Lift Your Table®️ folding table risers, we like to keep up with what our clients need and want. Our most recent survey of warehouse safety managers indicated their biggest safety need is training, for workers and for management. Safety culture in general The ultimate goal of safety in the workplace is injury-free and zero [...]
Retail safety operations often focus on front of house operations, to keep both workers and customers safe. But what about the back of the house? Injuries in the retail space In 2016, the Bureau of Labor found the most reported injury was overexertion, followed by contact with objects and/or people. Slips, trips and falls are [...]
While there are all kinds of ways that workers can be injured, issues from repetitive stress can often be the most difficult (and expensive) to resolve. Why are these injuries so important to address? Naturally we want to protect workers from all injuries! The idea is to have a zero-incident workplace. But it’s especially important [...]