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Occupational health and ergonomics

Reduce sickness absence and improve attendance in your workplace. .

Definition: Ergonomics is the science of work. Ergonomics derives from two Greek words: ergon, meaning work, and nomoi, meaning natural laws. Combined they create a word that means the science of work and a person’s relationship to that work.

We offer a range of Occupational Health Services throughout the UK designed to support your organisation’s needs. In application ergonomics is a discipline focused on making products and tasks comfortable and efficient for the user. As specialists in productivity management, your organisation can benefit from our expertise within Occupational Health, Workplace Ergonomics, Health and Wellbeing, Occupational Physiotherapy and Human Resources to optimise the health and wellbeing of your employees.

12 tips for an Ergonomic Computer Workstation

  • use a good chair with a dynamic chair back and sit back in this
  • top of monitor casing 2-3″ (5-8 cm) above eye level
  • no glare on screen, use an optical glass anti-glare filter where needed
  • sit at arms length from monitor
  • feet on floor or stable footrest
  • use a document holder, preferably in-line with the computer screen
  • wrists flat and straight in relation to forearms to use keyboard/mouse/input device
  • arms and elbows relaxed close to body
  • center monitor and keyboard in front of you
  • use a negative tilt keyboard tray with an upper mouse platform or downward tiltable platform adjacent to keyboard
  • use a stable work surface and stable (no bounce) keyboard tray
  • take frequent short breaks (microbreaks)

If you would like to know more about how we can help improve Occupational health and ergonomics and reduce accidents in your factory, office then just get in touch.