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Office workers sit for 10 hours each day (on average).

Growing international scientific research evidence concludes that excessive and prolonged sitting (irrespective of your level of physical activity) can lead to increased risks of:

1. Heart disease
2. Diabetes(T2)
3. Mental Health
4. Cancers
5. Backache
6. Thrombosis
7. Obesity
8. Muscle degeneration
Active Working™ provides thought leadership and has spear headed the drive for change in the office working environment working together with government, medical science, health charities, employers and suppliers.
  • In January 2015 Public Health England and Active Working C.I.C jointly commissioned an Expert Statement on the status and impact of prolonged sitting in the office (Download).
  • Check out the Top 10 health risks which grow for people who sit longer than 4 hours a day.
  • Learn more about the simple steps to Active Working™ and how it can deliver measurable improvements in employee health, productivity & engagement.
  • Join the Active Working Network™ today and start to deliver measurable improvements in your organisation’s employee health, productivity & engagement.