Workstation Wellbeing is an interactive online ergonomic assessment, learning and support program, designed to ensure that your employees are operating in an optimal position while working at a computer.
Poor ergonomic practices, including an improper workstation setup and sitting for prolonged periods of time, particularly with poor posture, significantly increases the risk of musculoskeletal disorders and injuries. Prolonged sitting has also been associated with a range of health conditions, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity, poor mental health, some cancers, and premature death.
The Workstation Wellbeing program provides your employees with a comprehensive online ergonomic assessment, educational resources, and individualised support to identify any areas of concern with their workstation setup, helping to reduce your organisations ergonomic health and safety risks.
With more people now working from home, Workstation Wellbeing has options to accommodate the needs of both office and home-based employees, helping you to provide your staff with a safe working environment, wherever that may be.
It’s a low-cost, convenient alternative to the standard check-list assessment, providing reliable insights into the ergonomic risks of office or home-based employees.Inquire Today
One size doesn’t fit all when it comes to workplace ergonomics.
Workstation Wellbeing is more than a check-list assessment. It’s a comprehensive and affordable solution providing risk identification, education, and personalised support.
Workstation Wellbeing implements a two-staged approach, providing education and support to all participants, and identifying those of high concern who would benefit from additional support
Stage 1 Assessment: Workstation Wellbeing participants complete an online interactive assessment, which includes watching a series of short instructional videos, answering a series of questions about their own workstation setup, and optionally, uploading a photo of their workstation for review.
Review: Results are reviewed by an experienced Healthy Business ergonomic specialist to identify any concerns, and triage participants as necessary.
Report: Participants receive a summary report of their results. The company will receive a copy of this report as well as an additional company wide executive report, which may include recommendations for employees of concern to progress to an additional virtual assessment (stage 2).
Education and support: Based on their result, participants will be emailed additional educational resources and tailored recommendations to support them to make improvements on any identified areas of concern.
Stage 2 Assessment (optional): Participants of high concern can be booked in for a more comprehensive virtual assessment with a Healthy Business ergonomic specialist, which is conducted via Microsoft Teams. Each stage 2 assessment includes additional reporting for both the participant and the company, plus additional educational resources, and tailored recommendations for the participant.