Office design that works
Create an office design that really works for you,
one that’s well thought through and based on:
- Flexible, future proof design planning
- Professional, best practice expertise
- Contemporary workplace design principles
Health and safety matters
In a healthy business, health and safety
matters. Sustainable work practices help:
- Prevent and reduce workplace injury
- Increase staff retention rates
- Create a productive, healthy workplace
Ergonomics & universal design
Our holistic approach considers all aspects of
workplace design, including ergonomics and
- Office furniture selection
- Workplace wellness programmes
Designing a new workplace or office? Relocating or refurbishing your premises can be expensive, but even more so when you get it wrong. We’ll work together with your architect, project manager or interior designer to ensure that your work space looks good AND works well for your people.
At WorkSpace IQ we take care of all aspects of workplace wellness, including injury prevention and management, and accessibility. From floor to ceiling, we create sustainable well workplaces that positively impact both on your staff and your business’ health and productivity.
Is yours a well workplace? How would anyone know? The WorkSpace IQ ratings tool gives you a measured way to benchmark your organisation’s performance. Gaining accreditation also means you receive visible recognition for your efforts, demonstrating that you actually walk the wellness talk. Find out more…
Let us introduce ourselves
We are a Christchurch based team of ergonomic design experts and health professionals, lead by Jane Cowan-Harris. We mix our passion, professionalism and expertise to help individuals and organisations create pleasant, practical and sustainable healthy working environments.
I really enjoyed your presentation. Food for thought. Already I have started to use a headset which I have had for about a year and have got out of the box but never done much with it! Tested it a couple of times but not used it.Amanda Clifford, Postgraduate Administrator, Centre for Postgraduate Nursing Studies
If you have any pressure under your legs when sitting (noticeable because you sit with feet on the chair base, or cross legs frequently), using a footrest will eliminate this problem and keep your circulation going much better.