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The power of workspace for people & business
Highlighting numerous real life examples of how companies and employers have made the 'right' workspace decisions, this book invites workspace users - employees and teams - to participate in the process by using their feedback constructively to help create innovative and thoughtful designs that meet employees' needs and support their work.
Human Factors in the Built Environment
Human Factors in the Built Environment, Second Edition explains the relationship of the human body and space planning to the design process so that you can plan and detail interiors. Key topics include proxemics, anthropometrics, ergonomics, sensory components, diversity, global concerns, health and safety, environmental considerations, special populations, and universal (inclusive) design.
Ergonomics in Sport and Physical Activity
It discusses issues such as the design of effective equipment, clothing, and playing surfaces; methods of assessing risk in situations; and staying within appropriate training levels to reduce fatigue and avoid over training.
Ergonomics is the study of the human body at work, understanding how a person's senses, size and skills interact with their working environment. This program looks at some of the common health problems experienced by workers and then explores control measures which can be introduced to reduce the risk of injury.
Ergonomics in the office
This program deals with common computer-related ergonomic problems and presents several easy to follow strategies to make the time you spend in front of your computer screen more comfortable and more productive.
Ergonomic essentials for the office
Health and Safety Research indicates poor ergonomics costs organisations and the community millions per year. An employee only needs to injure themselves on one occasion and they could have problems for the rest of their life.
How to manage stress
Whether you crumble under pressure, get angry, or simply bury your head in the sand, this book provides effective techniques to help you take the edge off and even channel your stress in a positive way. · Know how to create a calm and stress-free environment ·
The Workplace You Need Now
Accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, the world of work has undergone a lasting transformation. Individuals, organizations and institutions are seeking the right balance of workspace opportunities. Workers want to know how remote work can fit into their lives, and how the office can meet their needs.
Ergonomics Expert Explains How to Set Up Your Desk
Our desks weren't made for us. They were made for everyone. So ergonomics expert Jon Cinkay from the Hospital for Special Surgery is here to show you how to make your desk and office chair adapt to you and not the other way around.
Our safety intern, Shawn Jones II, is studying Kinesiology and uses his expertise to go over some important do’s and don’ts for workplace ergonomics.
Ergonomics | Working From Home
Nowadays people around the world are Working From Home more than ever. This video shares a few tips on how you can create an ergonomic workspace at home.
Ergonomic Risk Factors
Discusses Posture, Forces and repetition risk factors
Charts and Checklists
Office Ergonomics Checklist:
A simple yet effective office ergonomics checklist that you can carry out at your workstation, to make sure you’re comfortable, safe and productive at the office.
Injury Hotspots: Office Workers
These are the most common injuries and hazards for people working in an office environment, as shown by injury claims.