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Need to safety distance during coronavirus? Got folding tables?

There are a couple of ways that retailers and other businesses such as restaurants can enforce the 6’ distance for the health and safety of their workers and customers.

By |2020-07-14T12:17:12-07:00July 21st, 2020|Customers, Retail Safety|0 Comments

The Story Behind Lift Your Table™ Folding Table Risers

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!

By |2020-01-30T13:31:51-08:00February 11th, 2020|Customers, Safety Culture|0 Comments

Who needs safety training?

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 [...]

By |2019-07-31T14:00:43-07:00August 20th, 2019|Injury prevention|0 Comments

Retail workers get hurt too… how can you keep them safe?

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 [...]

By |2019-07-31T13:50:31-07:00August 13th, 2019|Injury prevention|2 Comments

Why are repetitive stress injuries in the workplace so… stressful?

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 [...]

By |2019-07-31T13:45:30-07:00August 6th, 2019|Injury prevention|2 Comments
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