When the physical and psychosocial demands of a worker are greater than their ability to cope with them, they experience stress. While a certain level of stress can be healthy and productive, too much stress can cause a variety of physical, mental and behavioural responses - which increases the risk of poor health outcomes, musculoskeletal disorders and pain.
We strive to obtain voluntary, monthly engagement in excess of 80% and long term behaviour change of more than 60% in your employees' identified risk areas. This is just one client's story.
Did you know high stress levels can make you crave fatty foods?
Taking time out for regular stretch breaks throughout your work day is a great way to "recharge your batteries" and reduce the negative impact of sedentary or repetitive movements on your body.
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Creating a good ergonomic workstation set up is important for preventing injury.
Hearing problems are not just ailments of old age. They can happen at any time and at any age. With hearing awareness week just around the corner, now is the time to find out some facts about hearing.