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Ergonomics and Postural Problems

Ergonomics - incorrect seating position

How well do you sit?

Are you stressing your body through poor habitual sitting postures when working?  

Here are some tips to help correct this:

  • Relax neck, shoulders and arms with head upright
  • Position wrists straight at or below elbow height
  • Support your back
  • Adjust the chair to fit YOU
  • Position knees at below hip height
  • Position the monitor in front of you with the top of the minitor near eye level at arms length
  • Tilt the monitor or adjust lighting to avoid glareErgonomics - correct seating position
  • Place the mouse next to the keyboard at or below the elbow height
  • Rest feet flat on the floor or on a footrest

Most important - stretch/stand up and walk at least once per hour, keep moving throughour the day.

To find out more about how we can help with workplace ergonomics get in touch 01530 588557.


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