Have you got any New Years resolutions? The dreaded question returns once again! Some are committed to making big lifestyle changes, or you might be a little resistant to a change in routine! Whilst we can’t make every single change we want to all at once (wouldn’t that be nice), we can make little changes that add up to big differences over time.
Small adjustments we can make to our daily routines can end up making a large and positive impact; and for those that might dig their heels in when they hear the ‘c’ word, fear not, as they’re smaller than you might think. Setting a timer to stretch every hour, going on a short morning walk, or taking a 20 second visual break every 20 minutes are just a few of the little ways in which we can keep physically and mentally healthy throughout the day.
If you’ve decided to make some changes within your business, or are looking to kick off the new year with some forward planning, then now is the time to start. The education that forms a part of all our assessment services can help support a positive and proactive approach to change in your employees.
There’s no denying it can be difficult for all when it comes to motivation around this time of year, but the sooner you’ve got a plan in place and the quicker it’s implemented, the faster you can get those productivity levels where you need them to be. Having a solid foundation in place to your ergonomics plan is the start of really making sure health and wellbeing are a top priority, whilst also seeing benefits in other areas of business. Our new online tool helps take care of just that and much more.
Following years of experience in delivering both remote and in-person assessment services, Inspired Ergonomics have developed an online assessment portal for our clients that will be available in the coming weeks. The portal consists of an assessment and training tool and provides storage and access to associated reports, as well as any follow up DSE Workstation Assessment reports.
Are you ready? Stop saying ‘one day’ and start saying ‘day one’. Begin educating your employees and making those little changes for a big positive effect by clicking the link below!