“Viewpoint” will share further info about robotics aiding workers in the upcoming episode that will feature experts within the robotics industry.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (PRWEB)
September 06, 2020
American actor Dennis Quaid made his first big-screen appearance in 1978. Quaid has since taken on many roles throughout the years. Now the respected actor is also hosting the television program “Viewpoint” with Dennis Quaid. The educational show highlights a wide variety of topics to bring attention to events and issues impacting people across the country. Coming to the show is a new episode featuring tech experts discussing the safety having robotics brings to the workforce.
Many companies, especially warehouses, are the beneficiary of multiple robotic implements. Robots have the unique ability to improve occupations by making them safer. Numerous warehouse workers are familiar with lifting heavy materials by hand or with equipment, and unfortunately, accidents are a common occurrence from this type of labor. Even when given proper training, many employees receive musculoskeletal-related injuries.
Warehouse robots, or robotic assistance for manual labor, can alleviate the need for employees to do all of the heavy lifting, which can aid in the prevention of injuries. They can help with worker fatigue, too. Many employees are injured when experiencing fatigue from performing repetitive, physically demanding, or precise tasks. Robots and robotic assistance can help carry out these particular tasks to help keep employees safe.
Robotics are a valuable resource in modern technology – they can help employees complete tasks efficiently and safely. “Viewpoint” will share further info about robotics aiding workers in the upcoming episode that will feature experts within the robotics industry.
“Viewpoint” with Dennis Quaid is cautiously inspected for errors before broadcast to a wider viewing audience. The informational program has accepted a multiple of awards for its efforts.
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Published at Sun, 06 Sep 2020 00:00:00 +0000