By necessity, the cargo hold of an airplane is a cramped, narrow space. To load and unload this space, ground crews often find themselves lifting heavy objects from awkward body positions: a recipe for strains, sprains, and musculoskeletal disorders. Repetitive tasks centered on cargo can weaken joints and damage muscles over time—the average baggage handler lifts up to ten bags a minute during loading and unloading. Providing back, wrist, and elbow supports from Magid’s inventory of competitively priced ergonomic products helps reduce the risk of such injuries.
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