If you would like advice on your office fit-out, please don’t hesitate to contact us. View More

Create A Healthy Working Environment

September 2020
The workplace has to be set up in a way that creates a productive and inviting setting. A healthy work environment is simple to create.


Latest NewsOffice Design


If you want to enhance productivity in the workplace then you need to ensure that you create the perfect environment. A healthy working environment enhances the health of the workforce as well as morale and productivity but how do you achieve it?

Implement Standing Desks

It has been found that sitting around for long periods of time can cause health problems. As a result, standing desks are being touted as an alternative. You can still sit at them but they can also be used standing up. This can help employees to remain active.

Create A Positive Space

It’s imperative that you create a balanced work environment that creates a space that is positive. The space has to be comfortable, inspirational while offering space to collaborate but also seek solace when they need space to concentrate.

Introduce Plants

The air in many office spaces can become stale, especially when it is being re-circulated by air conditioning systems. This can lead to illnesses and so, introducing plants can help to create a healthier environment which means that the air will be purer. Along with this, plants can help to brighten space, creating a calming effect and helping to enhance the mood of the workforce. The plants should be green and leafy but make sure you strike up a balance.

Purify The Air

Occupational allergies are a problem in the workplace and that is all down to the bad air. While plants can help, you can opt to install air purifiers that can help to purify the air. They have a  HEPA filter too, which means that they can help to remove allergens and dirt, creating a healthier environment for all.

Consider The Colour Scheme

It has been found that the colour of an office can significantly influence the way in which employees feel. However, it has been found that the colour green can improve the way in which the workforce feel. This hasn’t got to be the colour of the walls as that could prove a challenge but you can add screens, accessories, wall panels and even art. The introduction of green will create a calm environment, giving staff the ability to feel at ease while still having the ability to remain productive.

Allow Staff To Create Their Own Space

Naturally, work desks and work areas can become rather subdued, regardless of how much you attempt to improve it. You can implement excellent design and comfortable furniture but allowing staff to improve it and add their own personal touch can make a difference. It’s not about allowing them to completely overhaul the look but it is about allowing them to make their own stamp. Creating that area or space that is personal to them can help them feel comfortable in the working environment. It’s a simple solution but one that can have a significant impact.


Please contact us for a free consultation on how to turn your office space into a healthy working environment.


We use various technologies such as cookies to produce statistics and improve your experience on this site, in accordance with our cookie policy.