Constantly paying attention to maintaining a good working posture often gets forgotten, especially when work needs be completed quickly or when a lot of concentration is required. It is important to set up an ergonomically designed workplace at the office, at home or at your customer’s. A healthy workplace unconsciously forces you to adopt a healthy working posture. When creating your ergonomic workplace, it is best to start with the office chair because this is most easily adaptable to your physical requirements. Next, adjust the working height and position of the screen. The use of a monitor-, laptop- and tablet stand, document holder, compact keyboard and an ergonomic mouse, complete the ergonomic workplace. The images below give you a step by step guide how to configure your workplace ergonomically.
A healthy workplace also ensures healthy workers A growing number of large companies are seeing the importance of this A low risk of RSI complaints also means less absenteeism Therefore, these companies are increasingly looking for ergonomic products As a consultant, it is important that you have sufficient knowledge to be able to advise your clients R-Go Tools can help you with this Therefore, in this white paper, we look deeper into one of the most frequently used tools in the office workplace: the mouse
Are you searching for a new keyboard that fits your workpalce? Or do you have RSI complaints and are you looking for a keyboard that can reduce your complants? Then is an ergonomic keyboard the solution for you. There are several kinds of ergonomic keyboards. There are big differences between a 'normal' keyboard, a compact keyboard, a vertical keyboard or a split keyboard. There are countless scientific studies done to research the effect of several keyboards. You can also measure the muscle tension in the arms and shoulders and how much lower the tension is when using a keyboard that fits you. This whitepaper compares several kind of keyboards with each other, substantiated with conclusions from some scientific studies.
In recent years, working with computer screens has changed considerably In the past, a person had his own workstation with a fi xed PC. Now the office has become more of a meeting place and you can work anywhere with all kinds of mobile devices This white paper will discuss the increased health risks of working at a screen and, specifically, working with mobile devices. From an ergonomic perspective, we explain how different body postures affect our health Finally, we provide solutions for healthy work practices when working with screens at different types of workstations.