Getting Comfortable in Your Home Office
Employees working from home should be included in your ergonomics program. Getting Comfortable in Your Home Office© is designed for the special needs of these employees.
In addition to training, risk-assessment and evaluations, this program also offers guidelines for selecting chairs, desks, standing workstations and other accessories.
In an office, employees use the chairs and desks that were selected for them. In a home office, employees have to choose their own, which can be overwhelming. In this program, employees get furniture selection guidelines for chairs, desks and even sit-stand workstations.
- How to Select a Chair
- How to Select a Desk
- Ups and Downs of Sit-Stand Workstations
Employees working from home create some of the greatest ergonomics risk – but you might never know! There are minimum ergonomics guidelines that we recommend for any employee working routinely in a home office. During the evaluation, we make custom recommendations for the employee as well as ensure they are meeting the minimum ergonomics safety criteria. Get peace of mind knowing employees have been given the proper guidance and comply with these basic safety and ergonomics criteria.
- Chair Requirements
- Desk Requirements
- Professional Review and Recommendations
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