All Humanscale ergonomic chairs are designed to use the sitter’s own body weight and the laws of physics to encourage movement and provide unparalleled comfort.
Humanscale monitor arms offer the ultimate stability and effortless functionality to instantly create a more ergonomic workstation.
Balanced movement is the key to wellness at work. Humanscale sit/stand products were designed to make changing postures throughout the day effortless.
Humanscale separation panels and desk dividers are easy to install, highly customizable, and designed to accommodate any office environment.
Humanscale's line of advanced LED task lights was designed with function, simplicity, and beauty in mind for unparalleled performance.
Keyboard systems are a crucial component of an ergonomic workstation, they reduce hunched typing postures to maximize comfort and wellness at work.
Our technology tools eliminate cable clutter and improve the comfort, health, and performance of today’s computer user.
Humanscale’s cable management solutions minimize cable clutter to create a clean and comfortable workspace.
Discover a full range of ergonomic work tools from Humanscale that keep desks clutter-free and improve comfort in the workplace.
Developed by board certified professional ergonomists, ergoIQ empowers employees to quickly configure computer workstations for optimal health and comfort.
In this latest installment of "The New Workplace" webinar series, expert Dr. Alan Hedge breaks down key findings from the latest research surrounding the airborne transmission of COVID-19, which now shows that 6 feet of separation is not nearly enough. He will also share measures that can be taken both within office floorplans and HVAC systems to bring employees back to the office safely. Following the presentation, the conversation will open up for Q&A.
This webinar will be hosted by Dr. Alan Hedge, an expert in ergonomics and indoor environmental quality.
Dr. Alan Hedge is a world-renowned ergonomics and indoor air quality expert with over 4 decades of experience on these topics. He was a professor in Department of Design and Environmental Analysis at Cornell University for over 30 years and is now Professor Emeritus. He is an extensively published author with 4 books and over 250 publications. Hedge is often cited in the national and international media and has appeared on innumerable TV and radio programs - a President of the International Ergonomics Association recently noted "he is perhaps the most often cited ergonomist in the media."