CTRLWork is available for employees of the Erasmus University.
About this software
CtrlWork registers your mouse and keyboard use and determines, on the basis of this, when you should be taking breaks. CtrlWORK regularly offers a collection of (stretching) exercises to prevent RSI.
RSI is the abbreviation for Repetitive Strain Injury. It is used to indicate complaints in the neck, shoulders and arms that are created by strain at work. People using screens who work too long in a (wrong) posture, take too few breaks and do not alternate their work activities sufficiently run the risk of getting RSI.
For more information about this software please contact Front Office.
More information about this software product can be found at the CTRLWork website, see: