Looking at the four pillars of wellbeing as a guide to review our wellbeing habits and support better health while working from home.
This is a free of charge event.
Working from home is a more common occurrence and it is even more important that we train employees on good display screen equipment usage and posture.
An overview of how working from home can impact our mental and physical health, and tips to support improved wellbeing.
Working Well from Home and Good Posture
Speakers Julian Dowson, Peritus Health Management – Director
Victoria Field - Peritus Health Management – HR, Health & Wellbeing Advisor
Victoria Field is a Registered Counsellor with the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy and has worked within HR and recruitment for 12 years. Victoria joined the field of Occupational Health with Peritus after 10 years working in the Engineering sector. Her experience of working across HR and mental health helps in advising customers on wellbeing, stress risk assessments, wellbeing policy and support, as well as managing the counselling support team and HR function at Peritus.
Julian Dowson is a Liceate member of the British Occupational Hygiene Society and Director of an Integrated Occupational Health and Hygiene company working to support businesses achieve robust and practical health risk management through good physical and procedural controls. As a BOHS trained Occupational Hygienist, Julian seeks not only to undertake workplace monitoring, but uses his experience and knowledge to encourage action planning to reduce risks further.
In Julian’s early years of employment he worked within a civilian role for the Fire Brigade, Police Force and in a vocational education background. Julian’s teaching experience compliments the occupational health and hygiene work undertaken on site to positively influence employees’ behavioural safety through kinaesthetic coaching and employee engagement.