An office worker, who we’ll call Janet, submitted a doctor’s note to her employer, suggesting that a sit/stand workstation was “required”. The employer, concerned about setting a precedent, requested an ergonomics assessment for the employee. Sound familiar? The first step in our office assessment process is a pre-assessment survey. Janet’s pre-assessment survey reported a very […]
You had an ergonomics assessment done at your office workstation, but you’re still uncomfortable. Was it done properly?
A full office ergonomics assessment should result in improvided comfort. This article describes how a full assessment is conducted, and when it might not result in improvement.