Back Supports

OSHA and NIOSH report that back injuries account for one of the leading work-related disabilities for employees during their working years. Back injuries are particularly dangerous because they start out unnoticeable and easy to disregard before they escalate into a disabling issue. OSHA and NIOSH both suggest utilizing back supports for work-related lumbar issues. Back supports, also known as back belts, help to stabilize the lumbar area while in motion or static standing throughout the day. Don't let work become a pain in your back. Browse our selection of back supports to keep you going strong.

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Back Supports

OSHA and NIOSH report that back injuries account for one of the leading work-related disabilities for employees during their working years. Back injuries are particularly dangerous because they start out unnoticeable and easy to disregard before they escalate into a disabling issue. OSHA and NIOSH both suggest utilizing back supports for work-related lumbar issues. Back supports, also known as back belts, help to stabilize the lumbar area while in motion or static standing throughout the day. Don't let work become a pain in your back. Browse our selection of back supports to keep you going strong.