Office Computer Ergonomics
There are several articles written on Office Computer Ergonomics under different terms such as workstation ergonomics, ergonomic workstation, computer ergonomics etc.
Office Computer Workstation Ergonomics is also commonly known as Workstation Ergonomics, which is the science of designing the workstation to fit the worker.
We have been spending more time at the computer in recent years. If you spend more than 2 hours a day working on a computer, it might be wise to learn about what is ergonomics for a safer workplace.
There are some government health and safety regulations for the workplace, but there aren't enough resources to enforce them.
Ergonomic Features + Good Work Habits
The key is knowledge and developing a few good work habits. Having the knowledge of ergonomics will save you from buying office furniture and tools that are not good for you. It will also help you to make the best of what you already have. This knowledge will also open your eyes to become smarter about your future purchases.Developing good work habits is the next half of the battle. They are worth developing because habits will serve you for life!
Office Computer Ergonomics Picture via our Ergonomic Workstation Page.
Office Computer Workstation Ergonomics is made up of a combination of workstation components like your desk, lighting, chair and work habits. Do you have a safe workstation? Do you have good habits?
Do you see yourself in this picture?
View this Ergonomic Workstation Checklist.
Work Station Ergonomics
Office Computer Ergonomics is best summarized in this picture.
Do note that if you work out of a computer, which most of us commonly do nowadays, please see Laptop Ergonomics. You'll also find that it is indeed a harder challenge to make laptops ergonomic. I would advise you to switch to a desktop as soon as you can for your health and safety.
The picture is from one of Ergonomics-info.com's most popular pages - please read Computer Ergonomics for a more comprehensive write up on this topic.
Go back to Workstation Ergonomics.