A Guide to Sit-Stand Working in the Modern Office: Lunch and Learn with Dr RS Bridger. 26 Oct 18 12:00-14:30pm, Regus St Pauls’ London
In this seminar, Dr Bridger will answer the question:
“What are the key user requirements for the successful introduction of sit-stand workstations and how can we best meet them?’
- Is it better to sit at work, to stand or a combination of the two?
- What are the pros and cons of sit-stand working?
- How can my company get the best out of modern sit-stand workstations and will this create a healthy, more active work environment?
Benefits of Attendance
Delegates will receive a checklist detailing key points for Sit-Stand Working in the Office and one year’s complimentary Associate Membership of the Charted Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors.
About the Speaker
Visit www.rsbridger.com for details of the speaker and programme.
Date: 26 Oct 18
Bookings: Contact Mrs B Parodi email@example.com
For seminars at alternative venues and dates, contact the organizers
Sitting and Standing at Work – Past, Present and Future
Origins of sedentary work – time for a re-think?
Are we are we built to sit? Guidelines for seated work
Are we built stand? Guidelines for standing to work
Modern work and physical inactivity
Evidence for Sit-Stand Working
Health or Hoax? The evidence
Evidence for better productivity
Requirements for successsolutions
Future trends – wearable furniture and affordance workplaces
Review of Checkpoints, questions, discussion.