Think: Ergonomics and Human Factors

Think: Ergonomics and Human Factors

By Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors
The podcast from the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors
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Creating a safe workplace post-Covid19

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Creating a safe workplace post-Covid19
As we take our first steps out of lockdown, the safety of our workplaces is crucial. Kim McAllister spoke to three experts in psychology, human factors and ergonomics to discuss the physical, emotional, psychological and cognitive issues around returning to work safely. This podcast offers advice to employers and employees alike. For more information please visit: www.covid19.ergonomics.org.uk Follow us on Twitter @CIEHF Or find us on LinkedIn and Facebook
09:05
June 2, 2020
Dealing with fatigue in frontline NHS staff
The Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors presents real life advice from the experts. Consultant Anaesthetist Michael Moneypenny discusses how Human Factors experts can help NHS staff cope with fatigue, while Professor Kristy Sanderson discusses the risks and tactics. Both the President and the Chief Executive of the CIEHF offer their expert opinion in this short podcast aimed at frontline workers. ergonomics.org.uk rcn.org.uk twitter.com/ciehf
12:03
April 16, 2020
Work from home ergonomically and safely!
Ergonomist Kirsty Angerer gives great tips on setting up a work station that will not harm your physical health. Psychologist Rachel Lewis talks us through the good habits we must form to protect our mental health. Chief executive Noorzaman Rashid shares tips on how to do the impossible and stop touching your face. This is the first in a series of podcasts from the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors. These are aimed at everyone facing changing lifestyles as we adapt to life with the risk of Coronavirus. Follow us on Twitter @CIEHF or on Facebook - search Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors.
14:57
March 24, 2020