An exoskeleton provides support for physical tasks and offers many advantages in theory. Practice, however, paints a different picture.
The risk of ergonomic complaints in the healthcare sector is high. These three incentives help you build a healthy ergonomic healthcare environment.
Video calls have become the new normal since the corona crisis. Even so, there are several ergonomic risks associated with video calling. Our eight tips for healthy video calls
Exoskeletons are ‘hot’: lab studies have repeatedly shown that they can compensate for a large percentage of required effort. But what about in a real work situation? BruBotics, the human robotics research centre at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, put it to the test. Carglass and Mensura participated in the test project.
How do you, as an employer, organise telecommuting? Use these handy precautions to create a professional, inspiring home office for your employees.
Tired eyes prevent us from working efficiently. Good lighting and air conditions, as well as varying the viewing distance offer us relief.
Too much noise in the office significantly cuts down on employee productivity. Fortunately, there are all kinds of ways to reduce this annoyance.
The topic of this year’s VUSA congress on occupational medicine in Flanders was healthy office work. Mensura attended the event and compiled a brief overview of the main findings.
Dirk Delaruelle, Head of Ergonomics at Mensura, was recently elected new chairman of the Belgian Ergonomics Society (BES). As such, he will be performing a leading role in the field of ergonomics in Belgium over the next three years. He has taken up this new position with a clear mission and vision in mind.