This checklist provides guidance for short-term working from home arrangements.The considerations proposed should be seen as minimum requirements only.
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When working from home, the majority of your time is likely to still be spent sitting at a desk or table. Our main reaction to a busy workload is to sit for as long as possible until the task is done. To help avoid this, this blog provides useful tips on sitting less and moving more.
This guide is intended to managers and provides information along with advice on how to implement and manage home-based telework.
This short blog provides advice on active strategies to prioritise healthy activity that can fit into your work at home schedule. This can be beneficial even if you participate in a regular physical activity. The tips are divided into 3 areas: Setting up a proper work environment; taking active...
This blog provides ideas for adopting different positions for working at home, other than standard sitting on a chair at a desk. The ideas for sitting in different postures on the floor or exercising while standing may not suit everybody, but it shows how the opportunity of working at home can be...
This fact sheet provides information and guidance for human resources and work health and safety managers. Its purpose is to help workplaces develop a business case for reducing sedentary practices in the workplace.
This reports examines the most recent evidence from Australia and overseas on sedentary work, its likely consequences and the potential control options.