Helping remote workers to stay productive and avoid injury takes more than an ergonomic checklist.

Remote Work Ergo
& Self-Care Skills Checklist

Our checklist covers everything you need to know to support your remote workers.

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Empower Your Remote Workers to Thrive

As a business owner, you understand the importance of keeping your employees happy and healthy. The shift to remote work has opened up a world of new opportunities, but it can also lead to increased discomfort and injury if staff are not provided with the right knowledge and support.

Our comprehensive checklist has been designed to help you support your employees in setting up their home office to reduce pain and improve productivity.

Going beyond the ergonomics this multidisciplinary checklist provides your employees with the skills needed for optimal health and wellbeing while working remotely.

Download our checklist today and take the first step towards creating a comfortable and productive home office environment for your employees.

Are your remote workers suffering from pain working from home?

This short video will reveal some of the common postures that can lead to pain while working with screens. By learning about these postures and how to avoid them, your employees will be able to work more comfortably and effectively from home.

This video is a great example of the types of practical tips found in our comprehensive checklist to help your employees set up their home office to reduce pain and improve productivity.

Release Tension

Reduce Pain

Improve Posture

Increase Energy

Feel Refreshed

Stay Focused

Did we mention this checklist is FREE!?

What We Do

We help businesses improve productivity and labour costs by decreasing work-related pain and risk of injury claims.  We do this by training the Personal Protective Behaviours (PPBs) individuals need for modern computer-intensive work. 

Content includes skills to refine generic ergonomic recommendations to match stature and work tools, an extended range of positive work behaviours and targeted physical conditioning exercises that will increase comfort and productivity and decrease pain and the chance of a career-limiting injury.

These are the new multidiscipline programs that go Beyond Ergonomics to build Self-Care Competencies for today’s mobile, computer-intensive and increasingly sedentary workforce.