Keeping healthy while using your computer - wherever you are!
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Virtual

04 February, 2021

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm GMT

Event

Keeping healthy while using your computer - wherever you are!

Location: Virtual

  • Format

    Event

  • Type

    Conference

  • Duration

    1h

Join this webinar to hear Katharine Metters, Lead Consultant at Posturite, who will draw on her knowledge as a Chartered Physiotherapist, Ergonomist and Health and Safety Consultant, to explain the important elements required to keeping you healthy and engaged whilst working.

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Overview

Professional development

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Duration:1h
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Programme outline

Katharine will provide hints and tips to point out poor habits you may have developed as well as providing you with new ideas to keep you healthy and engaged. She will also be looking ahead to the future to encourage us to learn from our 2020 experiences to build better working practices for the future.

The learning outcomes from Katharine’s presentation include: • Key workstation set-up points. • Simple workstation exercises. • Importance of movement whilst working and how to achieve this.

Who will benefit: Those of you who use computers, whether working, or personal use.

Speaker’s details: Katharine Metters MCSP C.ErgHF MCIEHF, CMIOSH, PGCE, CREE - a Chartered Ergonomist, Physiotherapist, and Member of the Institute of Safety and Health, is Lead Consultant Posturite Ltd.

It was while working in America that Katharine became interested in workplace health and ergonomics and she returned to the UK to focus in this area. In her work, Katharine helps to develop products and training to support clients looking to resolve and prevent musculoskeletal disorders.

With the changes in working practises and physical and mental health challenges, Katharine now spends much of her time supporting these changes especially relating to more flexible and agile ways of working to improve health and productivity within companies.