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
Restorative sleep is crucial to getting through the working day in a concentrated and active way. American and European studies show that tired employees are up to 55% less productive and 20% more absent than their well-rested colleagues. Sleep-deprived workers are also more likely to have an accident at work. High time for a wake-up call!
A warm working environment benefits from ventilation and air conditioning. What is the difference between these two systems and how does it affect the health of your employees?
While snow can be beautiful and fun to play in, frosty conditions and extreme temperatures cause treacherous roads, slipping hazards, and can have a major impact on our health.
Almost 1 out of 10 Belgians has diabetes. Katrien talks about her disease and tells us how employers can support their employees with diabetes.
1 in 9 employees regularly suffers from migraine. How, as an employer, can you improve working conditions for migraine sufferers?
In these corona times, good hand hygiene is more important than ever. Not surprisingly, pretty much every organisation provides alcohol gel for hand disinfection. There are, however, a number of guidelines for proper and safe use.
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.
Follow the tips to prevent your workers from being exposed to this hazardous illness.