Workplace assessments because everyone is unique
Are chairs affecting your profits?
Open plan offices are very much the status quo and often, ergonomic furniture and equipment takes a back seat (excuse the pun) in favour of budget furniture ranges, zealous design and on-brand colour schemes.
Work-related musculoskeletal disorders
A whopping 35% of all working days lost due to work-related ill health are a consequence of work-related musculoskeletal disorders – an average of 17.6 days per case. How much would that equate to on the bottom line?
Ergonomic furniture, equipment and designs are available for all budgets and projects.
Does the office equipment impede the task in hand?
A workplace assessment will show that by removing workplace stresses and physical aches and pains caused by work-related musculoskeletal disorders, productivity will not only be improved, but each employee will be helped to achieve their full potential.
A workplace assessment will include a full risk assessment and consider how personnel operate at their workstation. The process will determine whether their productivity or comfort is hampered by the equipment and furniture used.
Individual physical attributes will be taken into account such as disability, weight, height and accessibility.
Full training can be provided covering how to sit correctly and accurately operate equipment.