1. Poor Workstation Design
Only 31% of employers had employees conduct an ergonomic self-assessment to identify issues.
2. Inappropriate Photos or Posters
Decentralized and isolated workplaces are risk factors for sexual harassment.
3. Overloaded Electrical Sockets
More than one in three people are unaware of the risks of overloading electric outlets.
1. Glare from Windows
A recent study reported 17% of home workstations had glare and 5% were too dark.
2. Laptop Not at Eye Level
92% of chiropractors said that patients report more neck pain and back pain.
3. Using Personal Devices for Work
53% of remote employees said they use personal computers for business, without proper security.
1. Malicious Emails
The FBI reported a 300% increase in cyber security complaints from pre-pandemic levels.
2. Seat with no Back Support
264 - That’s the number of lost US workdays due to back pain in one year.
3. Electric Cords are a Tripping Hazard
Falls account for 30% of workplace injuries and $17B in workers comp.