RALEIGH, NC, July 29, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Extra cheese please! Industrial Motions, Inc. announced a new contract signed with the Great Lakes Cheese company of Hiram, Ohio. Great Lakes Cheese is one of the largest producers of consumer grade cheese in the country.
Director of Employee Health and Safety, Jacalyn McCarthy, says "If you see it on the supermarket shelf, it is likely to come from one of our facilities." Industrial Motions will be providing Material Handlers Skills training, Work Day Warm-up exercises, and Employee Engagement Programs for all nine Great Lake's locations, starting with the four largest packaging facilities.
Mrs. McCarthy is familiar with the work Frank Murray and Industrial Motions has provided to other major manufacturing plants in the U.S. and Europe. "IM's approach to material handling training is unique in that it empowers employees with the information they need in order to help control their own risk of sprains and strains by providing simple but powerful hands-on demonstrations of the principles governing the risk of musculoskeletal injuries. Franks ability to connect with the production floor workers on a level they can relate to is at the core of this program's success."
"The programs offered by Industrial Motions," McCarthy continued, "has helped one of the largest tire factories in the world achieve a 50% reduction in worker's compensation costs over a three year period, amounting to millions of dollars in savings. Industrial Motions and Great Lakes Cheese are anticipating the same level of success in their facilities."
Learn more about getting an Office Ergonomics Evaluation:
http://www.industrialmotionsinc.com/safe-lifting-training-raleigh.php ... pr-2017-07
http://www.industrialmotionsinc.com/workplace-stretching-program-gree ... pr-2017-07
http://www.industrialmotionsinc.com/ergonomic-workplace-charlotte.php ... pr-2017-07About Industrial Motions Inc.
Industrial Motions and therapist Frank Murray provide corporate employee injury management, workplace risk identification, physical abilities testing, workplace risk assessments, manual material handling risk assessment and training, and workplace ergonomics consultation. Industrial Motions serves companies in North Carolina and Beyond. Learn more on the company web site: http://www.industrialmotionsinc.com/index.php?source=pr-2017-07