COVID 19 - Working From Home - Ergonomic Resources:
- Office Ergonomics Self Adjustment Tool (15 minute video)
- Ergonomic Set Up for the Office Employee (summary)
- Ergonomic Solutions (tips for working from home)
- Decrease Screen Time
- Headaches and Vision Syndrome
- Working Remotely FAQ
- Laptop Use at Home (EWI Works video)
- Work Relief Exercises
- Computer Vision Syndrome
- Break Timer Tool (EWI Works – includes stretches)
COVID 19 - Working From Home - Ergonomic Further Assistance
- If your workstation set-up concerns have not been addressed with the information provided above or if you are having recent discomfort since working from home please email your Office Ergonomics Self Adjustment Tool report to the Ergonomic Program Advisor: email@example.com for assistance. Include information regarding your remote workstation concerns.
- If you were having difficulties prior to working from home please use the Ergonomic Program Assistance Guide. Note: many Health Care Providers are not able to see patients at this time. If the Program Assistance Guide directs you to see your Health Care Provider for completion of the Ergonomic Referral Form, you may skip this step and follow the prompts:
- Book an assessment with EWI the External Assessment Provider; or
- Contact the Ergonomic Program Advisor: firstname.lastname@example.org for guidance.
- If you had a previous ergonomic assessment and are having difficulties please contact the Ergonomic Program Advisor: email@example.com for guidance.
The Ergonomic Program Advisor is only accepting email contact at this time.
Proactive Ergonomic Program
Regular movement throughout the day combined with a safe and comfortable workstation are essential in maintaining good health and preventing potential problems related to job demands.