A Proven Solution for Repetitive Strain Injuries
Every year, thousands of American workers develop a repetitive strain injury (RSI), which collectively, ends up costing businesses an estimated $20+ billion a year in workers' compensation claims.
The U.S. Department of Labor has identified repetitive strain injuries (RSIs) to be the most common occupational health problem in the United States.
One of the most significant contributors to the increase in the number of people who are afflicted by RSIs is the continuous rise in computer use.
To help reduce the causes of RSIs, a team of technologists and ergonomists developed RSIGuard, a behavior-based software that evaluates an individual's computer use to modify and disrupt actions that can lead to injuries like carpal tunnel syndrome.
In the following guide, you will learn how the RSIGuard software uses the following features to protect workers while reducing the risk of developing a repetitive strain injury.
- Break Timer and ForgetMeNots
- AutoClick and KeyControl