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Providing postural and safety advice for office based workers

Onsite review of a workstation and provision of education, adjustments and advice to specifically target onset of injury and reduction of discomfort or pain symptoms

An ergonomic review will:

  • Identify the likely causes of any musculoskeletal symptoms

  • Demonstrate basic stretches and short cuts

  • Make onsite adjustment to chair, monitor, equipment

  • Make recommendations for equipment including: chair, workstation, keyboard, monitor, phone, office equipment

  • Provide a report and checklist outlining recommendations

Service Includes:

  • Summary of physical complaint

  • Percentage breakdown of tasks

  • Completed easy to read and follow assessment checklist

  • Reference to AS/NZ S workbench measurements

  • Review of work organisation procedures and practices, ie: flow, breaks

  • Summary of modifications, adjustments and manual handling coaching completed

  • Recommendations for the Employee

  • Recommendations for the Case manager, including details of equipment/aids recommended and source location for easy purchase and procurement

  • Diagrams and advice on correct posture

  • Return site visit for any follow up NOT included

Why Activ8 Mind?

  • Highly competitive pricing      

  • Service actioned within 3 days

  • Easy to follow reports

  • Thorough internal QA process



A great option when the following arise

  • Teams moving desks or floors

  • New recruits starting with the business

  • Few team members with complaints of discomfort but no injuries


  • Full review of employee workstations

  • Assistance with desk and item set up and changes, postural and manual handling advice

  • 1-1.5 page checklist completed per employee with recommendations

  • Checklists provided to referrer to then distribute to employees and/or action recommendations as required.



What’s involved?

· An Allied health specialist will help an organisation get an injured worker back to work by completing a worksite assessment.

· A worksite assessment will review the usual tasks an injured worker completes and assess these in light of the injury, current capabilities and projected recovery period, in order to make recommendations and plan for a return to work

· A good worksite assessment will determine more tasks that the injured worker can carry out safely, with the overall intention being a safe and sustainable return to work.

Who pay’s?

“The Return to Work scheme provides South Australian employers and their workers with personalised, face-to-face services and support to achieve the best possible recovery and return to work outcomes in the event of a work injury.”

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