Work with the Best Staffing Agency in the Metro Detroit area

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July is the hottest month of the year and just like the weather our jobs are hot! Are you looking to work with the best staffing agency in Metro Detroit? We’re looking for you!

When you work with Forge, there’s no shortage of job opportunities. We have many entry level – no experience necessary and skilled jobs available on 1st, 2nd, and 3rd shifts. We have positions located in the following cities and surrounding areas, Canton, Detroit, Madison Heights, Royal Oak, Romulus, Shelby Township and Sterling Heights. Positions up to $20/hr! Below are just some of the current job opportunities we have available:

          Assembly
          Machine Operator
          Quality Inspector
          Racker / Packer
–          Warehouse
          And many more!

See one you’re interested in? Fill out our application in only a couple of minutes! Have questions about our application process? We have several Service Coordinators available to assist you with any questions you may have. Stop in any day and walk out with a job! Give us a call at our Livonia location at 734.458.7300 or Warren location at 586.382.9240.

The pay rates for our positions vary depending on the client, but the benefits offered by Forge are the same for each job and employee. The benefits we offer include paid holidays, vacation pay, health insurance, referral bonus program, employee of month and employee appreciation days. In order to become eligible for insurance, you must work an average of 30 hours per week for a 60-day time frame. Once you meet those requirements you will become eligible for insurance and your coverage will start on the 1st day of the month following your 60th day of employment. Paydays are weekly and you will have the option of getting paid by direct deposit or Rapid paycard, having access to your money that same day.

No matter where you are in your job search, whether you’re just starting out or you’re just looking for a better opportunity, Forge Industrial Staffing has positions to meet every need. We work with the most reputable employers in the Metro Detroit area to give you the opportunity to showcase your skills and find your next great career. Our team is dedicated to ensuring that all of our employees have a positive interaction and overall memorable employment experience while working with us.

For more information about Forge Industrial Staffing and how we can assist you with your job search please visit our website at forgestaff.com

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At Forge Industrial Staffing, we pride ourselves on having the resources of a large-scale staffing agency while having the personal touch of a specialty agency. Our qualified staff will work with you to find the right job, or the right employees for you.

No matter where you are in your job search, whether you’re just starting out or you’re just looking for a better opportunity, Forge Industrial Staffing has hundreds of positions to meet every need. Experience the Forge difference today and see how we are Changing Lives, One Job at a Time.

Apply online at: forgestaff.com/apply

Employers can learn more at: forgestaff.com/clients

 

Mantente saludable e hidratado este verano

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Hola!

¿Pueden creer que ya vamos a medio año?  ¡Estamos a punto de tener el mes más caliente del año!

Queremos tomar el tiempo para recordarles que es muy importarte que se mantengan hidratados especialmente durante los meses más calientes.

6 consejos para mantenerse hidratado

¡La mejor definas contra la deshidratación es la prevención!

  1. No espere hasta que tenga sed para tomar agua. Si espera a tener sed para tomar agua, ya esta deshidratado. Tome tragos de agua durante el día para aprevenir tener sed y esta deshidratado. Debe de tomar mas agua durante los tiempos mas calientes y cuando este más activo.
  2. Dele sabor a su agua. Si no le gusta tomar agua natural, puede agregarle sabor de varias maneras. También puede tomar caldo claro, paletas de hielo, o bebidas deportivas. La cafeína, alcohol y sodas lo quitan la sed, pero los deshidratan.
  3. Consuma frutas y verduras que son ricas en agua. Varias frutas y verduras contienen bastante agua además de varios nutrientes saludables. Sandia, fresas, melón, duraznos, y piñas son frutas ricas en agua. Pepinos, verduras verdes, apio, calabacín y tomates son verduras ricas en agua.
  4. Quédese adentro cuando haga demasiado calor. Cuando las temperaturas estén altas manténgase en un ambiente con aire acondicionado. Si no tiene aire acondicionado puede ir a un centro comercial, tiendas, cine o biblioteca. Evite estar afuera durante las horas de 10am a las 2pm cuando los rayos del sol están mas calientes. Planifique actividades afuera temprano en la mañana o en la tarde cuando baje la calor.
  5. Póngase ropa según el clima. Los colores oscuros absorben la calor, debería usar ropa mas clara. Ropa ligera y holgada permite que su piel respire. Use un sombrero o gorra de ala ancha al sol para mantener la cabeza fresca y use abundante protector solar para evitar las quemaduras solares, que pueden aumentar la temperatura de la piel y hacer que sea más difícil mantenerse fresco.
  6. Sea consciente de los signos de deshidratación. Si alguien de su familia está enfermo, preste atención a cuánto pueden beber, especialmente los niños pequeños y los ancianos. Cualquier persona que tenga fiebre, vómitos o diarrea debe beber muchos líquidos. No espere a que aparezcan signos de deshidratación.

Síntomas de deshidratación

Esté atento a cualquiera de estos signos de deshidratación en niños o adultos:

  • Orina más oscura de lo habitual
  • No orinar a pesar de beber agua constantemente
  • Calambres musculares
  • Mal aliento
  • Fatiga
  • Fiebre o escalofríos
  • Deseo de dulces
  • Sequedad de boca / piel
  • Latidos cardíacos acelerados
  • Irritabilidad
  • Confusión
  • Somnolencia

¡El equipo de seguridad de Forge está aquí para ayudarte! Siempre queremos cuidar a ti y a otros empleados de Forge en el trabajo. Esto significa que necesitamos su ayuda para comunicar cualquier cosa que usted sienta sea insegura.

Se puede comunicar con nosotros vía correo electrónico, llamando a nuestro número de teléfono o llenando la forma en nuestra página de internet (mire abajo)

safety@forgestaff.com

616-285-6860

https://forgestaff.com/job-seekers/safety-first/

¡Sigua trabajando con cuidado y no dude en comunicarse con nosotros!

– El equipo de seguridad de Forge

Stay Healthy and Hydrated This Summer

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Hello!

Can you believe we are halfway through 2021?!  We are now approaching what is usually known as the hottest month of the year!

We want to take the time to remind you it is very important to always stay hydrated especially in the warmer months.

6 tips for staying hydrated

Both doctors agree, your best defense against dehydration is prevention. Follow these six tips to stay safe and healthy, especially when temperatures — or your activity levels — increase:

  1. Don’t wait till you’re thirsty to drink. By the time you feel thirsty, you’re already slightly dehydrated. Sip water steadily throughout the day and drink more fluids than usual when the weather is hot, especially if you’re active. 
  2. Flavor your water. If plain water tastes boring to you, you can add flavor with fresh fruits or a splash of fruit juice. You can also consume clear broths, ice pops or sports drinks (especially if you’re doing intense exercise). Just make sure to limit caffeine and alcohol. 
  3. Eat water-rich fruits and vegetables. Certain fruits and vegetables contain plenty of water in addition to healthful nutrients. Watermelon, strawberries, cantaloupe, peaches and pineapples are fruits with high-water content. Water-rich vegetables include cucumbers, leafy greens, radishes, celery, zucchini and tomatoes. 
  4. Stay inside when it gets too hot. On very hot days, stay indoors in an air-conditioned environment. If you don’t have air conditioning at home, try a shopping center, movie theater or public library. Avoid sun exposure, especially between 10 am and 2 pm, when the rays are strongest. Plan outdoor activities in the early morning or evening.
  5. Dress for the weather. Wear light, loose-fitting clothing that lets your skin breathe. Dark colors absorb heat, so stick with lighter shades. Wear a wide-brimmed hat in the sun to keep your head cool and use plenty of sunscreen to avoid sunburn, which can increase your skin temperature and make it harder to stay cool.
  6. Be aware of the signs of dehydration (below).If anyone in your family is ill, pay attention to how much they’re able to drink — especially young children and the elderly. Anyone with a fever, vomiting or diarrhea should drink plenty of fluids. Do not wait for signs of dehydration to appear.

Dehydration symptoms

Keep an eye out for any of these signs of dehydration in children or adults:

  • Darker-than-usual urine
  • Not urinating despite steadily drinking water
  • Muscle cramps
  • Bad breath
  • Fatigue
  • Fever or chills
  • Craving sweets
  • Dry mouth/skin
  • Fast heartbeat
  • Irritability
  • Confusion
  • Drowsiness

* This content appeared in San Diego Health, a publication in partnership between Scripps and San Diego Magazine that celebrates the healthy spirit of San Diego.
Hydration
Do you have a safety tip you would like to share with our team?  Or a safety topic you would like to see us cover in our monthly safety messages? The first 25 to reply to this email with a tip will be rewarded with a mask and lip balm for helping us out!

The Forge Safety Team is here to help you!  We always want to keep you and other employees of Forge safe while on the job.  This means we often need your help in communicating anything you feel is unsafe. You can email, call, or fill out the contact us form on our website (see below).

safety@forgestaff.com

616-285-6860

https://forgestaff.com/job-seekers/safety-first/

Stay safe and never hesitate to reach out with any questions you have!

– The Forge Safety Team

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Work with the Best Staffing Agency in the Indianapolis area

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Summer is almost here and just like the weather our jobs are hot! Are you looking to work with the best staffing agency in Indianapolis? We’re looking for you!

When you work with Forge, there’s no shortage of job opportunities. We have many entry level – no experience necessary and skilled jobs available on 1st, 2nd, and 3rd shifts. We have positions located in the following areas, Greenwood, Plainfield, and Whitestown.  Below are just some of the current job opportunities we have available:

          Forklift Operator
          Material Handler
          Electronic Recycler
          Production
          Case Picker
          And many more!

See one you’re interested in? Fill out our application from the comfort of your home in only a couple of minutes! Have questions about our application process? You also have the option of stopping in our office to apply and you don’t need to make an appointment to do so. We have several Service Coordinators available to assist you with any questions you may have. Stop in any day and walk out with a job!

The pay rates for our positions vary depending on the client, but the benefits offered by Forge are the same for each job and employee. The benefits we offer include paid holidays, vacation pay, health insurance, referral bonus program, employee of month and employee appreciation days. In order to become eligible for insurance, you must work an average of 30 hours per week for a 60-day time frame. Once you meet those requirements you will become eligible for insurance and your coverage will start on the 1st day of the month following your 60th day of employment. Paydays are weekly and you will have the option of getting paid by direct deposit or Rapid paycard, having access to your money that same day.

No matter where you are in your job search, whether you’re just starting out or you’re just looking for a better opportunity, Forge Industrial Staffing has positions to meet every need. We work with the most reputable employers in the Indianapolis area to give you the opportunity to showcase your skills and find your next great career. Our team is dedicated to ensuring that all of our employees have a positive interaction and overall memorable employment experience while working with us.

For more information about Forge Industrial Staffing and how we can assist you with your job search please visit our website at forgestaff.com

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At Forge Industrial Staffing, we pride ourselves on having the resources of a large-scale staffing agency while having the personal touch of a specialty agency. Our qualified staff will work with you to find the right job, or the right employees for you.

No matter where you are in your job search, whether you’re just starting out or you’re just looking for a better opportunity, Forge Industrial Staffing has hundreds of positions to meet every need. Experience the Forge difference today and see how we are Changing Lives, One Job at a Time.

Apply online at: forgestaff.com/apply

Employers can learn more at: forgestaff.com/clients

 

How Much Screen Time Is Too Much?

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Hello!

During the month of June we want to focus the Effects of Screen Time and Your Eyes.

Is Screen Time Really Bad for Our Eyes?

You may not endure a lot of screen time while on the job but do you take in a lot after hours?

Screen time

Effects of Too Much Screen Time

Spending too many hours staring at a screen can cause eye strain. You tend to blink less while staring at the blue light from a screen, and the movement of the screen makes your eyes work harder to focus. We typically do not position the screen at an ideal distance or angle, which can cause added strain. All these issues add up and can lead to lasting effects on your vision.

What your eyes focus on after hours can influence how they perform on the job.

Potential effects of screen time, include:

  • Eye fatigue – Your eyes can get tired from intense use causing double vision, headaches, and concentration difficulties.
  • Dry and irritated eyes – You tend to blink less when staring at a screen and your eyes can become dry and irritated. You should avoid dry eye because it can impact the health of your eye and cause blurry vision.
  • Loss of focus flexibility – Typically, loss of focus flexibility happens as we age, but excessive screen time can impact our ability to adjust our eyes to see at all distances quickly.
  • Nearsightedness – Screen time can keep our kids indoors, which can have a long-term impact on eye health. In children, natural daylight is important to developing eyes. Studies have shown children who spend more time indoors are more likely to develop nearsightedness. 
  • Retinal damage – Digital devices release blue light, which can reach the inner lining of the back of your eye (retina). Studies show that blue light can damage light-sensitive cells in the retina. This can lead to early age-related macular degeneration, which can lead to loss of eyesight. According to the American Optometric Association, children are more likely than adults to experience when exposed to this high-energy light. 

In addition, too much screen time can have a major impact on your sleep. Research shows that the blue light alters the brain’s sleep rhythms when used close to bedtime. The brain thinks the screen light is daylight, and it can shift the body’s sleep rhythm. 

Tips to Protect Your Eyes from Too Much Screen Time

There are easy steps you can take to reduce your risk of eye strain or damage, including:

  • Adjust lighting – Most screens have a brightness adjustment. Make sure that your screen isn’t brighter than the surrounding light, or your eyes will have to work harder to see. Adjust your room lighting or your screen lighting and increase the contrast on your screen to reduce eye strain.
  • Give your eyes a break – The American Ophthalmological Society recommends using the 20-20-20 rule to reduce eye strain. Take a break every 20 minutes by looking at an object 20 feet away for 20 seconds. This gives your eyes a break and allows them to refocus.
  • Keep eyes moist – Consider using artificial tears to lubricate your eyes when they feel dry. Not only can screen time dry your eyes out, but the heaters and air conditioners in your space can further dry your eyes out.
  • Keep your distance – Keep your screen about an arm’s length or 25 inches away from your eyes – your eyes work harder when the screen is close to your face. Also, the angle of the screen should have you looking slightly downward.
  • Reduce glare – It is important that you position the screen so that you do not produce a glare from sunlight or internal light. A glare can further aggravate the eye. 
  • Use blue light filters – A blue light filter can decrease the amount of blue light displayed on your screen. By reducing this light, your eyes won’t feel as tired by the end of the day.
  • Yearly eye exam – Get a yearly eye exam so your physician can check your eye health and determine if any chronic eye conditions are developing. 

*Information provided by UPMC Life Changing Medicine

Do you have a safety tip you would like to share with our team?  Or a safety topic you would like to see us cover in our monthly safety messages? The first 25 to reply to this email with a tip will be rewarded with a mask and lip balm for helping us out!

The Forge Safety Team is here to help you!  We always want to keep you and other employees of Forge safe while on the job.  This means we often need your help in communicating anything you feel is unsafe. 

You can email, call, or fill out the contact us form on our website (see below).

safety@forgestaff.com

616-285-6860

https://forgestaff.com/job-seekers/safety-first/

Stay safe and never hesitate to reach out with any questions you have!

– The Forge Safety Team

¿Cuánto tiempo de pantalla es demasiado?

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¡Hola!

Durante el mes de Junio, queremos enfocarnos en los efectos del tiempo frente de la pantalla y tus ojos.

¿ Screen timeRealmente es malo para nuestros ojos el tiempo frente de la pantalla?

Tal vez no pasa mucho tiempo frente de la pantalla en el trabajo, pero pasas mucho tiempo fuera del trabajo?

Efectos de mucho tiempo frente la pantalla

La vista puede ser fatigada si pasa demasiado tiempo frente la pantalla. Sueles parpariar menos mientras miras la luz azul de una pantalla, y tus ojos son forzados a trabajar más para poderte enforcarte. En general no colocamos la pantalla a una distancia o ángulo ideal, eso puede causar más tensión a la vista. Todas estas cosas se acumulan y pueden causar efectivos negativos duraderos en tu vista.

En lo que tus ojos se enfocan fuera del trabajo pueden influir tu desempeño en el trabajo.

Los efectos potenciales del tiempo frente a la pantalla incluyen:

  •  Fatiga ocular: Tus ojos pueden cansarse por el uso intenso y causar visión doble, dolores de cabeza y dificultades de concentración.
  • Ojos secos e irritados: Suele parpariar menos cuando mira una pantalla y sus ojos pueden secarse e irritarse. Debe evitar el ojo seco porque puede afectar la salud de su ojo y causar visión borrosa.
  •  Pérdida de flexibilidad de enfoque: Por lo general, la pérdida de flexibilidad de enfoque ocurre a medida que envejecemos, pero el tiempo de pantalla excesivo puede afectar nuestra capacidad para ajustar nuestros ojos para ver rápidamente a todas las distancias.
  • Miopía: El tiempo frente a una pantalla puede mantener a nuestros hijos adentro, lo que puede tener un impacto a largo plazo en la salud ocular. En los niños, la luz natural del día es importante para el desarrollo de los ojos. Los estudios han demostrado que los niños que pasan más tiempo en interiores tienen más probabilidades de desarrollar miopía.
  • Daño en la retina: Los dispositivos digitales emiten luz azul, que puede llegar al revestimiento interno de la parte posterior del ojo (retina). Los estudios demuestran que la luz azul puede dañar las células sensibles a la luz de la retina. Esto puede conducir a una degeneración macular temprana relacionada con la edad, que puede conducir a la pérdida de la vista. Según la Asociación Estadounidense de Optometría, los niños tienen más probabilidades que los adultos de experimentar cuando se exponen a esta luz de alta energía.

Además, pasar mucho tiempo frente a la pantalla puede tener un impacto grave en su sueño. Las investigaciones muestran que la luz azul altera los ritmos de sueño del cerebro cuando se usa cerca de la hora de acostarse. El cerebro cree que la luz de la pantalla es la luz del día y puede cambiar el ritmo del sueño del cuerpo.

Consejos para protegerse los ojos de pasar demasiado tiempo frente a la pantalla:

Hay pasos sencillos que puede seguir para reducir el riesgo de fatiga ocular o daño, que incluyen:

  • Ajustar la iluminación: la mayoría de las pantallas tienen un ajuste de brillo. Asegúrese de que su pantalla no sea más brillante que la luz circundante, o sus ojos tendrán que esforzarse más para ver. Ajuste la iluminación de su habitación o la iluminación de su pantalla y aumente el contraste en su pantalla para reducir la fatiga visual.
  • Dele un descanso a sus ojos: la Sociedad Americana de Oftalmología recomienda utilizar la regla 20-20-20 para reducir la fatiga visual. Tome un descanso cada 20 minutos mirando un objeto a 20 pies de distancia durante 20 segundos. Esto le da a sus ojos un descanso y les permite volver a enfocarse.
  • Mantenga los ojos húmedos: considere usar lágrimas artificiales para lubricar sus ojos cuando se sientan secos. El tiempo frente a la pantalla no solo puede secar tus ojos, sino que los calentadores y aires acondicionados en tu espacio pueden resecar aún más tus ojos.
  • Mantenga su distancia: mantenga la pantalla a una distancia de un brazo o 25 pulgadas de sus ojos; sus ojos trabajan más cuando la pantalla está cerca de su cara. Además, el ángulo de la pantalla debería hacer que mires ligeramente hacia abajo.
  • Reducir el deslumbramiento: es importante que coloque la pantalla de modo que no produzca un deslumbramiento debido a la luz solar o la luz interna. Un resplandor puede agravar aún más el ojo.
  • Utilice filtros de luz azul: un filtro de luz azul puede disminuir la cantidad de luz azul que se muestra en la pantalla. Al reducir esta luz, sus ojos no se sentirán tan cansados ​​al final del día.
  • Examen de la vista anual: hágase un examen de la vista anual para que su médico pueda controlar su salud ocular y determinar si se está desarrollando alguna afección ocular crónica.

¡El equipo de seguridad de Forge está aquí para ayudarte! Siempre queremos cuidar a ti y a otros empleados de Forge en el trabajo. Esto significa que necesitamos su ayuda para comunicar cualquier cosa que usted sienta sea insegura.

Se puede comunicar con nosotros vía correo electrónico, llamando a nuestro número de teléfono o llenando la forma en nuestra página de internet (mire abajo)

safety@forgestaff.com

616-285-6860

https://forgestaff.com/job-seekers/safety-first/

¡Sigua trabajando con cuidado y no dude en comunicarse con nosotros!

– El equipo de seguridad de Forge

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Machine Operator Positions Available

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We are currently seeking to fill multiple Machine Operator positions with our client companies located throughout Indiana and Michigan. When searching our jobs on our website, you may find that Machine Operator positions may also be titled, Assembler, Production, Manufacturing Associate, etc. Looking for more skilled work? Sometimes our Forklift Operator and Hi-Lo Driver positions will be labeled under Machine Operator as well. Machine Operator positions can also be offered on 1st, 2nd and 3rd shifts.

Machine Operator

Responsibilities of Machine Operators depend on the client and their needs, but most Operator positions include operating machines according to operating procedures and ensuring proper machine start up and shut down procedures are performed. Machine Operators may also be responsible for assembling parts according to quality standards, performing visual inspection of all parts, packaging parts, and labeling packaged according to customer or internal requirements. Machine Operators will also assist shift leaders with machine changeovers. It’s important that Machine Operators clean and maintain their workstations.

Just like the responsibilities of Machine Operators, the requirements also vary depending on the client’s needs for a specific employee. For most Machine Operator positions you must be able to work in a fast-paced environment, wear PPE and adhere to all safety rules. Previous experience in the industry is preferred, but not required. You will find that many of our clients are willing to train people for certain positions, like this one. It’s important that all our Forge Industrial Staffing employees perform their jobs safely while adhering to company safety standards.

The compensation for Machine Operator positions varies depending on the client, but the benefits offered by Forge are the same for each job and employee. In order to become eligible for insurance, you must work an average of 30 hours per week for a 60-day time frame. Once you meet those requirements you will become eligible for insurance and your coverage will start on the 1st day of the month following your 60th day of employment. The other benefits of working through Forge include: paid holidays, vacation pay, health insurance, referral bonus program, employee of month and employee appreciation days. Paydays are weekly and you will have the option of getting paid by direct deposit or Rapid paycard, having access to your money that same day.

For more information about our Machine Operator openings and the other job opportunities we have available please visit our website at forgestaff.com

At Forge Industrial Staffing, we pride ourselves on having the resources of a large-scale staffing agency while having the personal touch of a specialty agency. Our qualified staff will work with you to find the right job, or the right employees for you.

No matter where you are in your job search, whether you’re just starting out or you’re just looking for a better opportunity, Forge Industrial Staffing has hundreds of positions to meet every need. Experience the Forge difference today and see how we are Changing Lives, One Job at a Time.

Apply online at: forgestaff.com/apply

Employers can learn more at: forgestaff.com/clients

 

6 consejos para mejorar su postura y su salud en general en el trabajo

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¡Hola!

Durante el mes de Mayo queremos enforcarnos en la postura en el lugar de trabajo. Muchas personas permanecen de pie durante un mínimo de 8 horas durante su turno.
Aquí hay 6 consejos para mejorar su postura y su salud general en el trabajo.

  1. Cambie de posición durante el día. Si le dan descansos durante el día, use esos horarios programados para sentarse.
  2. Use zapatos cómodos que le brinden apoyo. Ya sea que deba usar botas de trabajo, zapatos con punta de acero o tenis, asegúrese de que sean del tamaño correcto en longitud, anchura y que tengan arcos de apoyo. Asegúrese de que se abrochen firmemente para que apoyen todo el pie. Las suelas gastadas y los desgarros en el zapato no solo son un peligro para la seguridad, sino que pueden provocar dolores corporales.
  3. Entrenamientos básicos. El fortalecimiento de su núcleo apoya la columna y la postura de forma natural. Fortalecer su núcleo ayuda a mantener el equilibrio y también mejorará su rango de movimiento y fuerza general. Un núcleo fuerte alivia la presión sobre los músculos y las articulaciones, lo que lo hace menos fatigado al final del día.
  4. Calcetines de compresión. Los calcetines de compresión son ​​para quienes están de pie todo el día. Ayudan a mejorar su circulación y reducen la hinchazón en los pies y pueden minimizar el dolor de pie.
  5. Estírese antes y después del trabajo. Los estiramientos simples pueden prevenir las distensiones musculares. Este breve video ayuda en los estiramientos para evitar tensiones en el lugar de trabajo. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qm-nGLYBelY
  6. Comer más saludable y mantenerse hidratado. Comer más sano en general, mejora los niveles de energía, reduce la fatiga y previene los calambres musculares. Mantenerse hidratado durante todo el día es crucial para su cuerpo en general, pero también evitará que los músculos se contraigan o tengan espasmos.

¿Tiene una idea o consejo que quisiera compartir con nuestro equipo? ¡Puede responder a cualquier tiempo con su idea o consejo! ¡Nos encanta escuchar de ustedes! También les daremos un regalo por su ayuda!

¡El equipo de seguridad de Forge está aquí para ayudarte! Siempre queremos cuidar a ti y a otros empleados de Forge en el trabajo. Esto significa que necesitamos su ayuda para comunicar cualquier cosa que usted sienta sea insegura.

Se puede comunicar con nosotros vía correo electrónico, llamando a nuestro número de teléfono o llenando la forma en nuestra pagina de internet (mire abajo)

safety@forgestaff.com

616.285.6860

https://forgestaff.com/job-seekers/safety-first/

¡Sigua trabajando con cuidado y no dude en comunicarse con nosotros!

– El equipo de seguridad de Forge

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