Creating Safe And Healthy Spaces in The Workplace

      DURABLE, RESPONSIBLE AND HEALTHY  Creating a workplace that is healthy and durable is the responsible thing to do for any company who is planning to have their employees return to work post Covid-19.  Taking this into consideration it is about designing and decorating with a long-term mindset so that your employees and any company visitors can find that they are in a safe environment.    IDEAS ON HOW TO CREATE SAFE SPACES IN THE OFFICE        HOW TO USE SCREENS AND DIVIDERS  Creating individual work stations and dividing your spaces into individual work zones is…Read More»

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Establishing a Covid-19 return to work plan: Ireland

This is a brief overview of the legal landscape and several considerations for employees to take into account. With the government suggesting that the relaxation of lockdown measures and any return to work will be gradual and implemented on a phased basis. We have already begun to see similar approaches being taken in other countries that are ahead of Ireland in taking such steps.

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Post Covid-19 : Making The Workplace Safe Again

What changes do you need to make to the workplace to make it safe for your employees to return after the coronavirus crisis?

Inspired by a world-leading architectural studio’s future vision for workplaces and the concrete changes introduced by a global corporation, we want to share some ideas for how you can make your workplace safer for employees.

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From the office to the house: Tips for designing your own home office

Working from home allows you to effectively create your own space, in deciding what type of work environment you want to create you must take into consideration the type of work that you will be doing , what equipment you may need and whether or not you will be doing conference calls.

Our HAG H09 Executive Chair Excellence used in European Space Agency

The HAG H09 Chair is currently being used by the European Space Agency. The European Space Agency (ESA) is Europe’s gateway to space. Its mission is to shape the development of Europe’s space capability and ensure that investment in space continues to deliver benefits to the citizens of Europe and the world. Many of their hard working controllers, analysts and engineers sit for long periods of time and their work requires maximum concentration and a moments lapse could result in disaster. The control centre is also in operation 24 hours a day 365 days a year, their chairs are constantly in…Read More»