Audi Occupational Health tries the Tetris Challenge
The paramedics from the Audi Occupation Heath team have arose to the Tetris Challenge where they must empty the contents from the service vehicle and tidily arrange them next to the vehicle - with themselves included.
Since their beginning a century ago, the Audi Occupational Health team responds to emergencies and injuries sustained by fellow Audi employees. They use sustainable and holistic practices to ensure everyone on the Audi team has a healthy workplace experience.
Initially set up in 1920 with the hiring of their first paramedic to respond to accidents and injuries sustained amongst the Audi team. Today, the Audi Occupational Health team hires more than 100 health experts who are responsible for emergency care and individual prevention as well as ensuring workstation are ergonomic, safe and health-preserving, also ensuring they are good for the mental-health of the Audi team.
The #TetrisChallenge has been growing in popularity with fire and police departments ever since it was originally popularised by the Zurich Police. They posted a photo online of a police car that had been emptied out, amongst the equipment were also two police offers. Since this post, thousands of similar images following the same theme have been published online as more attempt the challenge.
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