With countless employees working from home, employers and employees should be aware of the safety concerns.
Working from one’s bed or the couch may seem like a comfortable solution but doing this for extended periods of time can lead to a variety of Ergonomic Injuries. These injuries can effect the joints, muscles, nerves, tendons, and other body parts related to the skeletal and muscular systems.
Ideally, when working from home employees should follow a few basic rules for the best work-station setup and safety practices. Use the checklist below to make sure your at-home set up is optimized for minimal injuries and increased productivity!