Since habits are hard to break, we know that workers are likely to fall back into their old habits after the first time wearing the sensors. 

However, the wearable sensors are intended to inform workers about unsafe or straining movements that they may not realize they are doing. Increasing their awareness of movement health in their specific job tasks can help them maintain musculoskeletal health throughout their career.  

Wearable sensors are worn every three to four weeks to follow up on progress. The wearable sensors and app are designed to be engaging. Wearing the sensors cues the worker to perform tasks correctly. At the end of each shift, the app provides a daily medal (Gold, Silver, Bronze) for their day’s performance. Ideally, workers will see improvements each time they wear the sensors as they learn to improve their movement techniques.