Mr. & Mrs. E. R. Go Safety at the Zoo!
Poor Posture, Bad Chairs, & the Polar Bears!
About the Book
Mr. and Mrs. E.R. Go know just what to do to keep to keep the animals safe at the zoo. First, they teach those silly, sloppy, polar bears how to sit with perfect posture in their chairs. Then, they show the bears how to select the best seat for sitting up straight and neat. And, for some extra fun when all is done, they make a footrest and put it to the test to avoid back stress.
Mr. and Mrs. E.R. Go introduce audiences of all ages to preventative practices of ergonomics, a science discipline within the field of safety that focuses on fitting the person to the task. The Safety at the Zoo series promotes simple solutions to ergonomic risk factors using whimsical rhymes, engaging illustrations, and spirited activities to enhance learning.
About the Author
Judy Crain is often called the safety lady. She earned a master’s of science degree in occupational safety management, gained eight certifications, and has more than twenty-two years of experience as a safety specialist for the federal government.
Mary Ann Citraro has more than thirty years of experience in graphic design. She has spent the last seventeen years working in the cardiology graphics design department at the Cleveland Clinic.