Back injury at work

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Watch Out For Your Own Back At Work

80% of Australian will experience back pain in their lifetimes and the government reports that most back pain stems from inactivity at work and increasing levels of obesity. The back is a key part of our body that allows for movement and functionality in our daily lives. For some people, their back health affects their job.

No matter what job we do, our back is likely to play a part in how we do it. Truck drivers use their back while sitting, as do office workers. Builders, mechanics, and farmers are using their backs consistently, all day, every day that they are at work. Therefore, back healthy and safety are prime concerns for any worker.

How Sitting Can Be a Big Risk to Our Backs

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The Effect of Hazardous Workplaces on Your Back

80% of Australian will experience back pain in their lifetimes and the government reports that most back pain stems from inactivity at work and increasing levels of obesity. The back is a key part of our body that allows for movement and functionality in our daily lives. For some people, their back health affects their job.

No matter what job we do, our back is likely to play a part in how we do it. Truck drivers use their back while sitting, as do office workers. Builders, mechanics, and farmers are using their backs consistently, all day, every day that they are at work. Therefore, back healthy and safety are prime concerns for any worker.