Colin Stuart, Baker Stuart
06 Nov 2016
When it was realised that the ‘open-plan office’ encourages collaboration, enhances teamwork and fosters creativity, Britain was quick to bring down the office walls.
24 Jun 2015
Office staff should spend at least two hours of the working day on their feet, building eventually to four hours, according to the first ever UK guidance designed to curb the health r
05 Mar 2015
Sustainable workplace design, employee engagement and health will play an increasingly important part in business decisions in companies that place staff at the centre of their strategy.
Christina Bodin Danielsson
06 Oct 2014
Paying close attention to factors such as acoustics and the ergonomic design of workstations and offices can reap benefits for office workers’ general health and wellbeing.
01 Aug 2014
A lack of awareness about the hazards found in offices can lead to inadequate first aid provision by employers, which may place workers at greater
31 Jul 2013
Voice alarms systems (VAS) are one of the most effective methods of evacuating a building in a fire.
Richard Graveling, IEHF
21 Mar 2013
We don’t expect everyone to wear the same size clothes, so why buy one model of PPE to suit everybody? We should consider the ergonomics of PPE: comfort, size, shape and risk perception.
01 Jan 2013
The introduction of the ‘six-pack’ of health and safety regulations 20 years ago heralded the start of a growing realisation that good ergonomic design of equipment, work task