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Working from Home - Is this the new normal?

The "Working from Home Safety Handbook" is an employee guide to working safely from home.  It provides practical suggestions and tips on the many issues associated with working from home and other locations outside of the employer’s main workplace.
If you are working from home - even in the short-term - this book is for you.

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The Working from Home Safety Handbook is now available as an ebook on Kindle

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    There are many traps, pitfalls and challenges associated with working from home. Indeed, working from home may not be for everyone.  In addition to the “obvious” issues surrounding setting up a home office, some ‘not-so-obvious’ issues include    READ MORE
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    Several recent studies have found that tablet users (Apple iPad, Samsung Galaxy Tab, and Amazon Kindle Fire) have a higher potential for “neck and shoulder discomfort” versus using a notebook or a desktop computer. 
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​​​​​​​The WORKSAFETYHQ YouTube Channel [] provides a range of up-to-date video clips on a range of topics related to work safety and health.  Featuring Dr David McIvor, the Work Safety Speaker (and CEO of WorkSafety Pty Ltd)