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Standing up for health

The Sit-Stand Switch: Three steps to transition your organisation to sit-stand furniture. By Richard Guy, UK & Ireland Country Sales Manager, Ergotron The average person sits 12 hours each day, which increases the risk for cardiovascular disease, diabetes, certain cancers ...

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Stand and deliver

Sit-stand desks have surged in popularity in office spaces in recent years – but are they making the difference they should? And are they even being used properly says Guy Osmond, Managing Director of Osmond Ergonomics Office workers are a ...

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Shape shifting

Paul Edward, Managing Director of British office furniture designer and manufacturer Staverton explains why choosing flexible and mobile furniture can help employees to shape the environment to suit their needs The pandemic, and our subsequent return to the office has ...

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Ergonomics at eye level

Whether it’s a laptop or tablet on the kitchen table, in a café or co-working space, in a lecture theatre or on the train – nowadays it’s possible to work on the computer and stream content from anywhere. Something that ...

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Ergonomic matters

Workstation assessments have been neglected and the effect on staff health and wellbeing is becoming a problem says Guy Osmond, Managing Director of Osmond Ergonomics When the world was turned upside-down by COVID, many things fell by the wayside –Digital ...

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Ergonomics in the workplace

Working from home is part of the new norm. DURABLE offers solutions for efficient and ergonomic workstations to ensure your employees are set up for home working efficiently. It takes more than just a laptop to create a home office, ...

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Agile solutions

Darren Hilliker, Architecture & Design Manager at CMD Ltd, discusses the risks of poor ergonomics in hot desking and agile working environments and suggests some solutions With both the Government and many employers keen to get people back into the ...

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Safety in the post-Covid world

Kate Gardner, Tutor & H&S Consultant for International Workplace describes how health and safety training for managers has evolved to meet post pandemic challenges Having lived and worked through a challenging 18 months, managers could be forgiven for thinking that ...

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Support staff

With a recent survey revealing that workplace wellbeing is a priority for staff, it’s time to invest in workspace technology to support the health, safety and wellbeing of workers, says Paul Zuidema, Managing Director EMEA, Ergotron Over the last 18 ...

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Flexible tech and wellbeing support is a priority for job seekers, particularly the younger generation

Three quarters (73 per cent) of UK workers believe that the provision of ergonomic work conditions, as well as support for their health would help determine whether to join an organisation. The survey by Ergotron, revealed that younger generations surveyed ...

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