The current pandemic has seen many changes to the way we work. Many office workers are now working from home and this is likely to continue for some time. This means that workers have moved from an ergonomic work station to a room in the house that is perhaps not ergonomic! We have seen clients working at the kitchen table, on their beds and even using the ironing board as a desk.
These altered conditions may be fine for a while but long term could lead to aches and pains. We have always been able to provide advice regarding posture and working positions, but Sandra has recently undergone training to be a DSE assessor. These assessments can provide help to set up a work station efficiently and make the best use of what is available. they can be virtual to comply with government regulations.