This paper argues that doubts regarding benefits of office ergonomics have arisen due to the unrealised gap between research and the development of training that successfully translates that research into health, safety and wellbeing work skills.
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This paper reveals the significant economic cost associated with a lack of training designed to build self-care competencies. These are the new personal protective behaviours (PPB’s) essential for employees in screen-intensive work environments.
We must expand our concepts and expectations of office ergonomics training to include coaching that builds ergonomic and self-care competencies – the new personal protective behaviours (PPB’s) to ensure the physical health and comfort of our screen-based workforce.
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