Homeworking is here to stay: what do we need to do now?

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Date & time

Thursday 8 October 2020, 2.30pm


Katharine Metters, MCSP MSc.Erg CMIOSH PGCE, Head Consultant, Posturite
Chris Hollely, Regional Sales Manger, London & South East, Posturite


What started out as a temporary solution to help slow the spread of COVID-19, is now looking like a permanent feature of our working lives. With thousands of office employees now working from home indefinitely, it’s time for organisations to make real, meaningful changes to homeworking practices and policies. But what should those changes look like?

In our upcoming webinar, Head Consultant Katharine Metters will draw on her wealth of health and safety consulting experience to discuss what employers can be doing now to protect and support their homeworkers. Katharine will be joined by our product and service expert Chris Hollely, who will explain how we can help make the task of supporting homeworkers easier for you. Throughout the webinar you'll gain knowledge, advice, and useful links to further resources. This is also a great chance to ask your questions about DSE and other health and safety matters relating to homeworking. Either send your questions in advance to [email protected], or you can type them in live during the webinar.

Please make sure you sign up now to receive a link to join on the day.

About the speakers

Katharine Metters

Katharine is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists, Chartered Member of the Institute of Safety and Health and holds a Masters degree in Ergonomics. This unique combination of qualifications, together with her vast range of experience working within healthcare, food, retail and utility sectors, enables Katharine to offer a very broad-based range of training, education and health & safety management in the workplace.

Chris Hollely

Chris has 17 years experience in the ergonomic market place and deals with some of our largest clients. Since COVID hit, Chris has been heavily involved in shaping Posturite’s strategies and services in response to the pandemic.