For an intervention to be effective, it must be relative to the company/organisation’s needs.
It may be common sense, but for example there is very little cost effectiveness in training call centre call handlers in manual handling, when all that their job entails is desk based through answering calls and using the computer. For these workers an intervention focusing on DSE assessments and setup would be a much more appropriate investment. Looking at the literature on a whole, there’s a huge range of different interventions. Some target mental health, others physical health and sometimes both. Some examples of interventions would be Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Occupational health interventions, DSE training, staff training and education and physiotherapy and exercise prescription.
It is therefore imperative that before you implement a programme you analyse the employees and businesses needs.