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Working practices are changing all the time. People often work in a number of different locations with an assortment of work tools. This creates a variety of worker styles, each with unique technology requirements required to perform their roles. It is our goal to ensure that we cater for these different worker styles by providing a range of ergonomic tools designed around their needs.
Postural problems: Almost regardless of how an office worker works there is growing recognition of the important role of movement in maintaining musculoskeletal health; and that remaining in an essentially fixed posture for extended periods is not conducive to good health. When that posture involves sitting, then any impact of a lack of movement is exacerbated by the fact that the sedentary posture is fundamentally bad for the back. Prolonged poor postures, especially awkward limb and neck positions, arising from insufficient attention being paid to the layout of office equipment such as display screens, keyboards and other input devices will accelerate or exacerbate the development of musculoskeletal symptoms.
Lower Back Injuries: Lower back pain is a frequently reported ergonomic issue. This is often caused by everyday work activities such as sitting in a chair not suited to your body. Two types of workplace conditions cause workers to experience back pain:
Repetitive stress injuries (RSI) that result from work events that are non-accidents. Poor posture, repetitive movement, or prolonged sitting or standing causes pain.
Repetitive motion injuries (RMI) caused by repeated motion such as carpal tunnel injury and neck stress from scanning items or typing.