Driving for work offers many benefits: set your own schedule; enjoy a dynamic ‘office’ environment; meet interesting people throughout the day. Yet mobile workers who spend long periods of time in their vehicles have the same musculoskeletal risks as
Remote workers and agile workers are under threat of chronic health concerns from the repetitive use of their portable devices. While working remotely may be a lot gentler on your boss’s inner-city carbon footprint, remote and agile workers may
It’s easy to see why flexible work options have steadily gained popularity among employers and employees in recent years. Companies with a mobile workforce can save money on office space while the employees can enjoy the freedom to work
Our General Manager John Rutherford discusses how to choose the right backpack, pack your bag to reduce the risk of injury to your spine.
Office workstation set up plays a vital role in both the quality of health for the employee and the productivity the workers. Current evidence suggests introducing more walking and movement breaks throughout the day to promote better hear and
By John Rutherford The global prevalence of neck pain each year is approximately 37%, but this jumps to around 50% for those who work in an office environment. Typically office environments create postures with high amounts of flexing the head/body
To sit or stand? That is the question… The evidence is mounting to show that spending too much sitting at work, during your commute and for leisure increases your risk of diabetes, certain cancers, heart disease etc. Australian adults now
Here are our Top 10 tips to help you set up your workstation correctly: 1. Adjust the height of your chair so your arms are comfortably positioned on the desk and your shoulders are relaxed 2. Ensure your feet