Can you believe that it has now been a full year since lockdown measures and work from home orders were put in place across North America and the world? Some days have felt like time dragged on while other days passed in the blink of an eye! As we look back on the year that has been, we want to present you with all of the work from home resources we have shared, just in case you missed any!
Like many companies in 2020 we pivoted our available services to offer them virtually to ensure that workers could receive ergonomic support while safe in their homes.
Virtual Home Office Assessments
We offer Virtual Home Office Assessments that provide individuals with practical workstation adjustments, equipment recommendations, and posture coaching to reduce pain and discomfort while working from home.
Check out our article discussing How a Virtual Ergonomics Assessment Can Benefit Your Office Staff.
Home Office Ergonomics Webinar
Our Home Office Ergonomics Webinar provides workers with the basic principles of ergonomics for injury prevention and offers creative solutions to ensure low-risk workstation set-ups for individuals working from home.
Virtual MoveSafe Programs
We adapted our flagship MoveSafe® Program to be delivered with an online pre-learning course that is followed by a live virtual training session.
Read more about the changes we made in our article New Virtual MoveSafe Approach.
WORK FROM HOME ARTICLES
We have spent the last year writing article after article addressing some of the work from home concerns that were brought to our attention during our virtual assessments and webinars.
Working From Home Tips to Increase Comfort and Productivity
New tips for WFH that we have learned this year
Ergonomics @ Home: Tips for Working From Home
Top tips for setting up your home office following ergonomic principles
How Changing Postures Can Minimize Discomfort
Working from home has its benefits when it comes to alternate workstations
Working From Home – Answers to your FAQ’s
Answers to some of your FAQ’s about home office ergonomics
Features to Look for in a Desk for your Home Office
What features to look for when purchasing a desk for your home office
Features to Look for in a Chair for your Home Office
Common features available on ergonomic chairs for your home office
Chair Anatomy – How to Adjust an Ergonomic Chair
What all the knobs and lever do on an ergonomic chair
Do I Need a Sit-Stand Workstation?
Do you need a sit-stand and what style would work best for you
FREE DOWNLOADS & VIDEOS
We have shared a number of free downloads and videos covering a broad range of topics with several of them being applicable to home office ergonomics.
Movement Break Exercises
Movement is a paramount principle for injury prevention. We shared several follow-along Movement Break videos to help encourage those who are working from home to include movement in their workday.
Shoulders and Upper Back, Lower Back and Hips, Forearm and Wrist
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