Being able to do what you do requires a level of operational fitness™ specific for your tasking. For example, a surgeon standing all day, or a helicopter pilot sitting in a seat for a 12 hour shift, or even an executive sitting at their desk for 14 hours.
Each are specific tasks that require appropriate training, just like if you were playing a sport like football or tennis. If you don’t have operational fitness™, expect injuries.
riskfacilitator can help with casual analysis when it comes to workplace injuries.
Designed for individual function.
Tasks may be the same. Individual function is different. Understanding the risks associated with a specific task requires analysis of the functional steps.
Knowing the bio-mechanics of each step allows prescription of corrective exercise or action specific to that operational task.
riskfacilitator can find the solutions required before the surgeon, physiotherapist or chiropractor does. We know the more cost effective solution.
Make the time.
The number one priority should be you. Without your own operational fitness™, you stop doing what you do best, and that can’t be good for anyone other than your competition.
riskfacilitator can help you learn the operational habits and behavioral changes required to prioritize you first, and work second. And yes it can be done. And we guarantee to improve the quality of life while improving work intensity, passion and results.
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Reduce the risk of injury in the workplace. Stretch.
It is essential that you understand the mechanics of your body before you start revving the engine! Eliminating or reducing the risk of injury is determined by understanding which muscles to stretch and which muscles to strengthen.
Paul Chivers (a qualified corrective exercise specialist) will take you through the primary stretches that should form the foundation of your regular stretching routine. In time you can enhance and modify as you improve.