Is your ‘solo’ workspace really ergonomic?
Answer 10 simple questions and discover your risk of work-related injury when working in your own space. You’ll also receive a personalised report.
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You’ll be scored against the following risk areas in ergonomics
Working in neutral postures gives the least strain on your body and reduces your risk of injury.
Working with the right equipment and furniture, or lack of it, makes or breaks your risk of injury.
Breaks and Movement
Arranging the tasks in your day to allow for breaks and movement reduces your risk of injury.
There has been a significant increase in musculoskeletal complaints from remote workers. More than half of the survey respondents reported new aches and pains, especially in the neck (58%), shoulder (56%), and back (55%).
Why it’s Important to YOU
Working in your own space is so different from working in the office. At the office, you had everything set out for you. But now you have to set up your workstation yourself and assess how ergonomic it is.
Taking this quiz would arm you with the information you need to work in your space pain-free.
Akpala-alimi Msc. Erg, MCSP, MHCPC
Ugo is a UK Chartered Physio and Ergonomic Consultant. Expert in work-related musculoskeletal health. Founder of Ergohealth. She holds a master’s degree in Ergonomics. 20 years of experience. Treated thousands of patients and workers. Conducted numerous work assessments across many industries. Worked with companies including BP, and UKPN. On a mission to help you work in your space pain-free and reduce your risk of developing work-related musculoskeletal injuries (WMSD).
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