The impact of mental health and wellness on ergonomic risk

Employee health and safety remains a top priority during remote work

With the shift to remote working arrangements, the management of ergonomic injury has become more complex. 

Companies that continued to invest in total worker wellness initiatives saw a corresponding reduction in ergonomic injuries. And while the pandemic resulted in many employees moving away from traditional offices, ergonomic injury remains a significant risk for most businesses.

In this session, Avetta will delve into the effects of mental health and wellness on ergonomic injury and how interventions to support mental health and wellness can positively impact efforts to mitigate ergonomic injury. 

Watch now to gain insight into:

  • The future of employee health and safety through an integrated, holistic lens
  • The correlation between injury protection and total worker health
  • The impact of stress and mental health challenges on workplace injury rates
  • Strategies for developing comprehensive safety programs for hybrid workforces