Help for Reducing Repetitive Injuries

Many physicians agree that occupational injuries are similar to those incurred by athletes on professional and amateur sports teams.Health and safety managers increasingly recognize that occupational athletic training programs can benefit both the worker and the company.

According to National Athletic Trainers’ Association (www.NATA.org), every company that answered their survey on the use of athletic training programs in the workplace reported that was a positive return on investment in reducing injuries by significant amounts.

You can read a summary of the findings of the NATA’s survey and helpful ways to implement these programs in your company here.


LATEST NEWS

RPTA Certifies Member Mills After Rigorous Auditing Process
In 2018 the RPTA completed a rigorous, two-year auditing process by NSF of RPTA member mills, assuring brand owners that products produced by certified RPTA member companies are suited for direct food contact packaging applications. For more information, click here.

For a complete list of certified mills, click here.

RPTA webinar - Consistency is Often Not Consistent - Best Practices/Current Technologies
Recording now available for download to RPTA members. To access recording - Click Here

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2019 Industry Profile Study
Registration for the 2019 RPTA Industry Profile Study, the annual physical properties benchmarking study is underway. RPTA members who plan to register can find information on the 2019 study including the registration form here.

2019 Production-Technical Seminar
Registration Is Now Open!
To register, click here. The RPTA Production Technical Seminar will be co-located with TAPPI's PaperCon in 2019. The 2019 conference will be held in Indianapolis, IN with the RPTA sessions taking place on May 6-7, 2019. More information on this event can be found here.