1. A “Site” For Sore Eyes

    Staring at a computer screen for hours at a time can result in fatigue, eyestrain, headaches and other problems. Here are some ideas for better viewing of your computer screen and hard copy: The center of the computer screen should be positioned about six inches below your eye level. Having to look at a computer […]

  2. Feet, Knees and Legs

    Finding your comfort zone at the office needs to include making sure your feet rest solidly and comfortably on the floor while sitting. This can be accomplished by making work surface and chair height adjustments that ensure your feet rest firmly on the floor, or use a footrest. If you use a footrest, be sure […]

  3. The Best Posture

    There is no one particular posture which is best for sitting at a desk. Surprised? Office ergonomics experts are now saying the “best” posture for working at a desk is the “next” posture. By that, they mean you should keep changing your position. Try these moves: Shift around in your chair frequently. It is the […]

  4. Sit-Stand Workstation Facts

    Studies indicate that adults sit, on average, 10-15 hours a day with most of that time likely sitting at a desk. Those same studies show that sitting too much leads to major health problems including cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, obesity, cancer, and even death.  But what these studies don’t suggest is that sitting isn’t the only issue. In […]

  5. Just say NO to the exercise ball in the office

    Watch this video for reasons why the exercise ball should not replace a traditional office desk chair. http://www.humantech.com/just-say-no-to-exercise-balls-in-the-office/?utm_source=ErgoAccelerator&utm_campaign=81dc94d80f-October_is_Ergonomics_Month10_20_2015&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_523422b38e-81dc94d80f-66783997