Recent articles & papers
“Historically, efforts to reduce the risk of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) in the workplace have focused on physical work factors. However, the relation between MSDs and psychosocial factors, such as excessive workloads and a lack of support, is important. Psychosocial risks can contribute to and exacerbate MSDs, and MSDs can be associated with psychosocial factors.“ That statement is from an EU-OSHA paper…
A recent study, among a growing number with similar findings, confirms that an integral component of employee ergonomic risk is their behavior, in particular, how the employee works (or not) in neutral postures, provides recovery time while working and breaks up deleterious sedentary behaviors and static postures with meaningful movement.
A number of significant studies over recent years have been published confirming irrefutable disruptive health issues, for the average otherwise-healthy population, resulting from sustained static
The Flexible Location Work Model for knowledge workers, commonly known as ‘Hybrid’, is now ubiquitous, yielding significant benefits for employers and employees using computers for their
A significant part of our day includes using ‘screens’ of all sizes for work, shopping, finances, entertainment and more which improves the quality of our
Computers are an integral part of our daily lives, having transformed the way we work, communicate, and entertain ourselves. Our increasing reliance on computers, however,