We all know that safety rules and procedures are meant to be followed so we can do our job without accidents or illness. Yet, accidents do happen. Why? Gain insight into your efforts and tasks as a manager by using our self assessment tool.
Wellbeing is a concept that may be difficult to wrap your head around: we use it in various ways in connection with both mental health and physical health, and its definition differs from culture to culture. The Guide on Wellbeing offers inspiration as to what wellbeing might cover in your workplace.
At Human House we are proud co-authors of the new official Vision Zero Guide on Wellbeing. The guide will help organisations advance in managing their health and wellbeing.
In the Scandinavian countries wellbeing at work is an important part of ensuring a healthy and safe work environment. A new global Vision Zero Guide on wellbeing has found its way to Japan who are comitted to ensuring anzen-anshin for their workers.
The Danish way of doing safety and health work attracts international attention and the consultants at Human House are busy spreading the important message about a safe, sustainable, and healthy working environment.
Biomechanical analysis shows that trough focused ergonomic actions make it possible to reduce the workload on muscles with up to 60%. Adding technical aids to this will reduce the workload even more.
How do we re-think prevention, safety, and health? The international online conference Vision Zero and The Great Reset puts prevention and safety and health of the future on the global agenda. Read more.
With the launch of the new website, Human House marked the transition from being 4 companies – ArbejdsmiljøCentret, AKON, BST Nord, and Human House – to becoming one: Human House Leadership & OSH.
“Being the leading authorised OSH consultancy company in Denmark, we are obviously eager to help, assist, and give advice to companies in their health and safety work”. Read more about the new council.