The NSC reports that a single work-related disabling injury costs an employer an average of $48,000. The National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) estimates, based on 2009 data, that medical costs comprise 58 percent of the overall costs of a lost-time claim, and that number keeps climbing. (In fact, the number has risen 11 percent in the past 20 years.) High medical and pharmaceutical costs are driving this hike, but economic conditions—including workers worried about returning to jobs with an uncertain future—are supporting these increases. Avoiding just one work-related injury claim would offset the costs of Lift’n Buddy.
Sometimes it has been called the Hand Truck of the Future or an Electric Hand Truck. Lift’n Buddy, the leader in this segment, has had their award-winning product referred to as an aluminum Hand Truck, Electric Dollies, Multifunctional Electric Hand Truck, Hand Truck Dollies, and Mobile Hand Trucks.
Ergologistics manufactures innovative products for the health and welfare of material handling workers. Lift'n Buddy is designed and distributed by Ergologistics, LLC; manufactured in Fargo, North Dakota, the company is a proud member of MHIA (Material Handling Industry of America) as well as the National Safety Council. The company is offering complimentary shipping on telephone orders placed by October 31, 2011. 1-855-
Hand trucks, two-wheelers, and lifting devices, have changed little in the past hundred years. Lift'n Buddy (www.liftnbuddy.com)
The Lift'n Buddy has been designed with proper ergonomics and safety in mind for any person and any moving and lifting job. These mobile lifting devices, fabricated of durable, lightweight, extruded aluminum, help companies avoid the financial exposure of employee injury, litigation, and worker’s compensation claims.
Lift'n Buddy is ergonomically safe and environmentally friendly since the electric hand trucks require no oil, gas, hydraulic fluid, or maintenance of any kind. Completely electric and geared for life, even the battery is 100 % recyclable.
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