Work as a prescription for well-being: A human-centred design approach to achieve “Net Positive”

There is a constructive social movement underway and that is to design work for health, well-being, and productivity. When work is designed well – psychologically, socially, and physically –it can serve as prescription for health and well-being. Ultimately, it’s about making work more human-centred. This seminar will provide you with real-life examples of (human) lifecycle ergonomics – from recruitment and hire to retire and beyond.

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Ergonomics Occupational health and safety Work design Work spaces