The right education can help mitigate the risk of work-related strain and injuries. These online video courses have been designed to walk you and your staff through the essentials of ergonomic best practices, whether they’re in the office or working from home. Help your employees set up their work spaces, teach them routines and skills to protect themselves, and provide expert demonstrations of exercises that can reduce strain, build strength, and provide relief from the commonplace aches and pains of the working day.
The recent lockdown has seen thousands of workers switching from their ergonomic workstation in the office to a laptop on the sofa or at the dining table. As a result, many are starting to hurt: neck pain, back pain, RSI; all injuries that can become chronic, and that often require treatment and time off work. One study by Personnel Today found that 37% of people experienced new pain after starting to work from home.
Many companies are now seeing the benefits of more flexible working and plan to continue this for the longer term; but as an employer, you still have a duty of care to your staff even though the staff are now working from home. These courses are designed to help employees stay well and productive wherever they’re working.
Staff who work from home need to learn strategies to enable them to set up their working environment and schedule their day so as not to end up sustaining physical and mental problems.
This 30-minute, self-paced modular course is designed to educate staff on the the issues arising from switching to home-based working, and how to mitigate them, including:
This is accompanied by a detailed PDF resource pack to remind staff of the potential issues and strategies going forward.
Whether employees are working from home full-time or switching between house and office, a properly planned and executed workstation in the home is vital to long-term health and productivity.
This 1 hour, self-paced modular course offers a deep dive into the practicalities of creating an ergonomically sound home office. With focused, actionable advice and guidelines, it provides context and instruction on the following topics:
The course also includes a detailed PDF resource pack with easy-to-reference reminders, suggestions for sourcing ergonomic equipment, and links to supplemental videos, rehab exercise programmes for sore backs, and further reading on the subject.
If you are an HR professional or business owner interested in group rates for access to this course (on its own or as part of a live-teaching Zoom presentation and Q&A session) please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Prime Minister’s announcement on 1 Nov was clear that medical services should continue, and that people who need medical appointments should continue to attend them. Therefore the clinic will remain open, with everything wipe-clean and COVID-safe.
However, the current government advice is that I have to see patients online before I can see you in clinic, and that I should only see you face to face (or mask to mask!) if we both agree that the benefits of hands-on treatment outweigh the risks of coronavirus transmission. If hands-on treatment is not the most appropriate option for you, then I will continue to offer online treatment for the foreseeable future.
So please call my team on 0207 175 0150 and book your physio appointment as usual – or to read more about the COVID-safe measures we’re taking, please click the button to continue reading.