Designing Healthy Work Environments
Due to prolonged periods of computer use, workers often experience musculoskeletal discomfort and, in turn, sacrifice productivity. In many cases, workers are forced to conform their bodies to flawed workstations, which only further increases their risk of injury.
In this white paper, learn how intuitive, well-design ergonomic tools can help prevent work-related injury and encourage a healthier, more comfortable workspace.
Curb behind-the-knee compression. Adjust the depth of your seat pan to ensure one or two inches of space remain between the back of your knees and the front edge of the chair.
Ergo Gear Guide