Coronavirus & Working from Home What unprecedented times we live in! The majority of the UK workforce are now adjusting to working from home and being virtually housebound. How will we all cope? We are having to be inventive in
Occupational Health Assessment for Back Pain Musculoskeletal disorders (MSD’s) are costing UK businesses £7.4 billion a year through absenteeism. Also an estimated £15 billion a year in presenteeism – people at work, but working less productively due to a MSD.
Pain using a non-adjustable chair is a common problem. Are you using a fixed chair working at home? Does you working day require you to sit most of the day? Pain using a non-adjustable chair with few or no adjustments
Mobile & Homeworking DSE Have you been assessed to perform mobile & homeworking DSE tasks? Do you have aches & pains? So many of us are mobile working, maybe “on the go”, with laptops, tablets and smartphones. Few of us
Reasonable Adjustments & Return-to-Work Reasonable Adjustments & Return-to-work after a heart episode, can help ease difficult circumstances. As well as physical changes and getting back to health, the individual may have emotional worries and anxiety & depression issues which also
Mental Health Awareness and Wellbeing at Work Mental health awareness and promotion of mental wellbeing in the workplace is as important as good management of an ongoing mental health condition that an employee may be experiencing. Communicating and Building Relationships
Have you had a Workstation Assessment or a DSE Risk Assessment? How do you set up your workstation Ergonomically? Workstation Assessment – 6 Tips to review your set up When working with Display Screen Equipment (DSE) various problems can occur
Apple Shortcuts for mouse pain – Apple Mac System Apple Shortcuts for mouse pain can prevent discomfort or ease discomfort, following overuse of a mouse. A DSE Risk Assessment may be beneficial to ensure the whole set up is correct,
Are you experiencing arm pain using a mouse? Review the following tips to see if you can resolve any arm pain using a mouse. Ensure the surface on which the mouse is used is suitable for it to respond easily.
Are you experiencing arm or shoulder pain using a Keyboard? Review the following tips to see if you can resolve any arm pain using a keyboard. Keep the keyboard cable loose so it is not restricting the positioning of the