Working from home

Working from home

Do your employees work art home or on a permanent or long-term basis?

Or do they routinely split their time between their workplace and home (also known as hybrid working)?

Whether your employees are currently working from home for some or all of the working week, it is vital their workplace is safe and comfortable for them.

HSE guidelines are now in place to protect home workers’ health and safety and employers must ensure they are being followed.

In recent years there has been a huge shift regarding location of work and the ways people work, mainly in the wake of the pandemic. The change has made better productivity for some business but not all in some sectors.

MOHS provides assessments for home workers, with our ergonomic assessments.

Working from home safely

These key three points can ensure your working from home experience is a safe, fulfilling and productive one.

  • Ensure workers receive training in how to use DSE safely including good posture
  • Make sure workers know they need to take regular breaks and stretch their body
  • Home workers should change their environment and get some fresh air