A new communications toolkit has been launched to support employers in driving awareness of eye health issues among their employees. The toolkit is designed to help employers make the most of National Eye Health Week, which runs from Sep 17 – 23, and urge employees to get their eyes tested and
Since the introduction of the Display Screen Equipment Regulation in 1992, many articles have been written about the adoption and interpretation of the Regulation for regular users of VDUs within companies. This article aims to highlight what all companies in the country see of particular
Like the current economic climate, the Rewards & Benefits market is rapidly evolving to provide solutions that help businesses attract, retain and most importantly keep employees motivated and engaged during these tough times. At Edenred we want to go that extra mile to help, with that in
According to RNIB every day another 100 people will start to lose their sight and there are already around 2 million people in the UK with sight problems. It's vitally important, not only to recognise the most prevalent sight problems for people, but also what can be done to prevent or treat them.
Today marks the start of the second annual Eye Health week, led by Vision Matters. Last week we looked at the often ignored issue of driver eyecare. This week we are looking at a much more common problem: the effect of visual display units (VDUs).
As EyeHealth week draws to a close, we look at how to effectively launch and communicate an eyecare voucher scheme to staff. Having gone through the motions to ensure an eyecare voucher scheme is right for your business, getting buy in from the board and investing in this new employee benefit,
Today marks the end of the second annual Eye Health Week, hosted by Vision Matters. Over the week we’ve looked at various aspects of employee eyecare and to finish, I would like to cover some of the common myths around voucher schemes.
When most employers consider staff eye care, more often than not they think of computer screens (or Visual Display Units). Unless you specifically recruit for driving jobs it is unlikely you will even think of your responsibility to ensure staff eye sight is up to the required DVLA standards. But
In the latest of our Eye Health advice articles, we look at why developing an eye care policy is so important and what it should look like.
Organisations are responsible for the eyecare of VDU users in their employment, according to The Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations 1992 (amended 2002). While many employers find the regulations beneficial in helping them to address eye health at work, the take up of eye tests