Automating home risk assessments and ensuring staff have adequate equipment to safely work at home has never been more important as NSW is on the edge of further restrictions. “That means wearing a mask if you are out, working from home
Neck pain is the most common condition in office-based workers and it’s hard to imagine any office worker saying that they’ve never had neck pain at some point. There are many variables that contribute to neck pain – screen
Businesses around the world have almost unanimously adopted it. Employees love it. Some employers are still a little sceptical, but there’s no turning back now! We are of course talking about a ‘blended’ or ‘hybrid’ approach to the work
Bad posture can lead to pain in the neck, back, shoulders, legs and feet, as well as referred pain in the head. It can add to stress and fatigue and in the long term it can cause serious musculoskeletal
Thanks to the impact of COVID-19, now looks to be a good time to talk about risk when working from home – and it appears that corporate Australia agrees. Read the story here.
Not a single person is denying that this pandemic has affected us all in some way or another, but can we take a positive mindset and look for the upsides? Well from a physical health perspective, it appears so…
Growing evidence suggests movement is not only the key to injury prevention but also has significant impact on reducing chronic health conditions. But how can we successfully deliver that with a geographically dispersed workforce? Let us show you the
Ergoworks has been supporting home workers since 2003. Given the social distancing restrictions currently in place, we have revised our service offerings to continue supporting our clients remotely. Virtual Ergo Assessment: A phone call or Zoom video meeting to
WHO and public health authorities around the world are taking action to contain the COVID-19 outbreak, long term containment cannot be guaranteed. Businesses are now preparing for potential disruption and how to minimise the risk to their employees. Working from
This white paper looks at the current research around this topic and identifies key future health trends that will impact the Australian workforce over the next 20 years. What could be done differently in the workplace to address this?