Your ergonomic work environment is important – find out how the Occupational Health Service can help you.
Working from home
There are serveral videos with ergonomic advice, such as these:
- Ergonomic tips for working from home - the neck (in Swedish)
- Ergonomic tips for working from home - the trapezius muscle (in Swedish)
- Ergonomic tips for working from home - lower back (in Swedish)
Your computer work station
Get tips about how you can design your workspace in the
Occupational Health Service brochure Your Computer Work Station (PDF 3MB, new file)
Consult a physiotherapist/ergonomist
It is important to adapt the workplace both to the job and the employee's personal circumstances, in order to create a healthy and well-functioning work environment.
The Occupational Health Service's physiotherapists/ergonomists can offer advice if you are at risk or are experiencing problems related to your work environment.
The physiotherapist can help you with
- assessment of physical function,
- advice on physical activity and relaxation,
- advice on aids and working technique,
- advice on vision ergonomics,
- testing office chairs,
- sample treatments where appropriate and
- starting of rehabilitation measures.
Consultations take place via
- telephone calls,
- digital meetings,
- visits to the Occupational Health Service or
- visits to your workplace.
If more-long-term treatment is required, employees are to consult public healthcare.
Matilda [dot] Eklund [at] fhv [dot] lu [dot] se
Anne [dot] Link [at] fhv [dot] lu [dot] se
Gerdagatan 9, Lund
Occupational Health Service
221 00 LUND
Internal mailing code 52
+46 46 222 32 80
Consultations by appointment only.
Closed for lunch 12:00–12:30