By Giovanna Linder. Office Furniture. Published at Friday, July 20th, 2018 - 07:19:45 AM.
Functionally, the ideal ergonomic performance of a chair includes good support throughout the body no matter what position a person chooses to assume while seated in it. Of course, there are some tasks for which the individual must be upright, and others that allow for more relaxed seating. It is important that the office chair is capable of adjusting to these changing positions, as remaining in the same position too long can cause risk of repetitive stress injury. This is particularly true these days when office workers spend so much time at their computer - a new phenomena of injuries have crept up over the last 20yrs, with wrists, backs and necks (and even DVTs in some!) all starting to crack under the pressure of being stuck in the same position, or making the same movement every day.
The chair should allow for posture change while still providing the body with full support. There should be no position in which the spine, neck or legs feel uncomfortable or pinched while seated, in fact it's time to go square, or at least half square - right angles is how we should be sitting. Chairs are available that employ a suspension technology, assuring proper weight distribution from seat to back as the chair is straightened or reclined. This eliminates problems with stressed ouy pressure-points and impeded blood flow. Many ergonomic chairs now have unique tilt technology which ensures proper distribution from seat to backrest, while ankles, knees, and hips move naturally without disturbing the users concentration. This should help eliminate stress related injuries.
A workstation desk can often be bought in multiples that can be fit together. These allow for small clusters to be formed. This allows for easy grouping of teams or departments. It is a great option for businesses with a lot of staff. Taking the concept of workstation desks even further is the call centre desk. Call centre desks are ideal for anyone using a phone regularly.
Collaborative Desking Systems. Like the idea of your employees having free reign to discuss work, creative ideas, and reduce running around the office? Many companies are removing the old cubicle set-up for a more alternative, creative workstation.
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