WHS and Working from Home

by Libby Roberts, Managing Director, Workplace Rehabilitation Management

Working from home poses something of a WHS risk for employers as they still have a duty of care for their remote workers.

Workplace Rehabilitation Management have created 3 short videos which cover things which need to be considered when setting up an appropriate works pace at home including the environment, setting up your desk to minimize muscle strain and injury and, importantly, self-care during this period of isolation.

  1. How to arrange an ergonomic work space

2. It’s more than posture in your at-home work space

3. Maintaining your well-being when working from home

Go to www.wrm.net.au for more information