In 2021 we will see office workers across Australia split their time between working from home and spending some time in the office. This has come off the back of almost a year of workers spending the vast majority of workers performing the job from home.
Businesses have a duty of care to their workers when it comes to ensuring that their work environment is safe and that workers are educated on best practice and are provided with the work tools to perform their job. Work tools can include a chair, desk, computer and accessories.
This month the osteopaths at Principle Four Osteopathy and Corporate Work Health Australia have been working with a range of corporate clients in Melbourne and nationally delivering a range of face to face and virtual consultations. Our training and assessments have focused on group education sessions, 1:1 education and risk assessments that have been wellbeing/preventative and injury focused.
If you are working from home and have a question about what can be done to improve your workstation set up or are currently dealing with aches and pains resulting from working from home, then please touch base with us at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a consult.
We offer large group training sessions (virtual) and face to face and virtual 1:1 consultations.
Check out some of the clients we are helping this month