Our story tells you why we’re so passionate about saving the backs of other people… because we had to save ours to make it happen! We also take great pride in serving our customers and addressing their needs.
This week we’re celebrating that October is Health Literacy Month. Not just about health, but having information that people can understand. We do our best to make sure that when we’re writing about health topics, we make it fun if we can and understandable at the very least. (Just check out last week’s post about staying sane during the coronavirus!)
Did you know that August 27 is “Just Because Day”? It’s amazing what can be celebrated any day of the year! But when we at Lift Your Table™ started thinking about it, we realized that there is a whole lot about our folding table risers, customers, and safety “just because”...
This year August 10-16 is OSHA’s Safe and Sound Week. As you know we believe in safety culture and keeping employees safe! And this year the challenge of keeping everyone safe may be more difficult since many employees are working from home. While corporate safety managers specialize in keeping the warehouse and factory floor safe, they may not have as much expertise in the variety of home offices that their employees have devised.
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.
February 11 is National Inventor’s Day! Some of our readers know how we got started with our risers, but many of you don’t. Our story explains why we’re so passionate about saving the backs of other people… because we had to save ours to make it happen!
In 2020, I resolve to take care… of myself. Join me in taking care of YOURself. Why is this important? At the risk of sounding cliched, remember the safety procedures they give you on the airplane. Whose oxygen mask do you put on first? Yours or your child’s?
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. [...]
December is the month for gifts. Not all presents are necessarily physical. Sometimes presents come in the form of presence. Being there for your family, friends, and colleagues. No one can help being in an accident, or having a sudden health issue that comes out of nowhere. However, taking care of your own health reduces [...]
Move at work, we said. Get up from your seat, we said. Stand sometimes, we said. Walk down the hall, we said. Turns out, there are even MORE ways to move! That don’t necessarily require getting up from the desk. (Though you should still be doing that too.) Active Seating No, this is not [...]