Looking after mental health and wellbeing when working from home

It’s well recognised that working from home in a global pandemic will create challenges for most people, and for many it can create mental health and wellbeing risks. Some mental…

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Lessons from Lockdown: Working from home

During lockdown earlier this year, Working Wise conducted Virtual Workstation Assessments to provide support to remote workers and educate them on the best practices of setting up an ergonomic workstation…

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Ergonomic Tips for Working From Home

During the COVID-19 lock-down, many workers will now be required to work remotely. A workstation at home may consist of sitting on the couch, perching over the kitchen counter or…

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Working From Home: PCBU Responsibilities

The nationwide lock-down prompted by the COVID-19 outbreak has resulted in many workers required to work from home over the next four weeks. Under the Health and Safety at Work…

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Experiencing Lower Back Pain?

Approximately 80% of adults will experience an episode of lower back pain at some stage during their life (more). Back pain can affect men and women equally. Moreover, office workers…

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Hot Desking: The Pros and Cons

What is Hot Desking? ‘Hot Desking’ (also known as flexible work), refers to a working arrangement where employees in an organisation have no assigned workstations. Desks are allocated on a…

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The Issue of Lighting in Workplaces

Have you been experiencing random headaches at work? Do you often feel eye discomfort when staring at your computer screen? If you answered yes, your workplace lighting may be the…

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Are Workplaces Legally Required to Test and Tag?

The Electricity (Safety) Regulations 2010 Act requires all fittings and appliances in the workplace to be electronically safe. But are we legally required to test and tag? Testing and tagging…

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Participative Ergonomics

Ergonomics aims to control risk factors such as poor posture, musculoskeletal strain, repetition, glare, noise, temperature and vibration. More recently, it has also considered such things as workflow and ‘psycho-social factors’ that…

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Are you one of the 144,400 people who had a soft tissue injury in 2017? If yes, your injury may have been caused through an incorrect seated posture, or by…

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