This presentation highlights the dangers of prolonged sitting at work, with musculoskeletal pain, cardiovascular disease and cancer being just some of the associated problems. It outlines who is most at risk and gives handy tips and guidance for employers and workers to keep everyone moving.
Għodda prattika u gwida dwar disturbi muskoloskeletali
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This OSHwiki article includes a checklist related to teleworking. A checklist, a list of items to be checked and filled out by a person based on his findings, helps to identify hazards and potential prevention measures. It forms part of a workplace risk assessment.
This short report describes the main drivers of teleworking and the associated OSH risks, benefits and challenges arising for workers and organisations during the pandemic.
This article reviews the impact that digitalisation is having on Europe’s workforce and looks at its effect on psychosocial risk factors (e.g. job strain, workload, work-life balance) and physical risk factors (e.g. repetitive tasks, posture) for work-related musculoskeletal disorders. It also...
This article presents in details the training courses that can be taken to reduce musculoskeletal disorders. These training courses are aimed at the main players in the company: company manager, resource person and employees ... all stakeholders in the prevention process.
Many of us sit at a computer all day long and constantly. Frequent screen work (also in the home office) can result in neck and shoulder tension, back problems and headaches. The Swiss Accident Insurance Fund Suva offers on its website the prevention module “Working healthily on the screen” with...