Worker Wellbeing

Ergonomics - We use our muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints to lift, carry, sit, stand, walk, move and work in a variety of ways.  We often put too much demand on our bodies, causing pain and discomfort. This could also lead to a more serious injury called musculoskeletal disorder (MSD).

Use these Ergonomics Tools to ensure you don't put too much demand on your body at work:

PainPoint Ergonomics Assessment App

eOfficeErgo: Ergonomics e-Learning for Office Workers

Pains & Strains in the Workplace Tool- for employers and workers


Workplace Well-being:

Employees who are engaged in their work are likely to be mentally and physically healthy, passionate, and emotionally committed to their work and to their organization. As well, statistics have shown that a positive work environment results in reduced rates of absenteeism, stress levels, injuries and illnesses, while showing increased rates of morale and job satisfaction. 


Office Stretches

Recommended Positioning

Workstation Guidelines

Excercises for Better Back Care

Body Mechanics Principles to Reduce Back Pain

Copy Machine Stretches

Everyday Stretches

Online Stretches

Stressed-Out Stretches