An interactive infographic to support homeworkers to maintain good posture when sitting and how to create a positive working atmosphere through adequate airflow, lighting, noise, rest and regular contact with colleagues.
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Employers should assess the needs of lone workers, including those working from home, on a case by case basis in order to identify and manage any risks. There can be greater risks for lone workers with no direct supervision or anyone to help them if things go wrong.
It is important to ensure regular contact with employees to make sure they are healthy and safe. If contact is limited, employees may feel disconnected, isolated or abandoned. This can affect stress levels and mental health.
The Health and Safety Executive provides information on lone working, setting up a home workstation, and recognising signs of stress.
How are you doing?
The launch of Public Health Wales new ‘How are you doing’ wellbeing campaign, offers advice on looking after yourself and your loved ones during isolation, by getting you to ask yourself 3 questions:
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