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As a large percentage of the state moves to in-home offices, attention shifts to in-home office safety. How can employers provide a safe and insured office environment remotely? How can employees create the safest and most productive work space? Let’s break down possible risks in the ergonomic and insurance spheres.
At-Home Office Ergonomics:
Your recliner may be prime real estate for watching the game but between spinal and wrist alignment, it is also one of the worst places for responding to emails. Typing a quick note with your laptop on top of your lap might work once in a while, but with remote working assignments extended to weeks or months, taking the time to set up an ergonomically correct working environment is key for maintaining productivity and health.
Variables to consider when choosing your workspace:
Take the time to invest in your at-home workspace, and you will be rewarded with a comfortable and productive environment. Dynamic movement minimizes fatigue and discomfort, so be sure to take breaks throughout the day to walk, stretch, and get your blood and breath moving again.