Has work become, well, a pain? This doesn't have to be the case for you or your employees. Just a few changes in the office and warehouse can make what once was a pain to deal with, a lot easier.
Using ergonomic furniture isn't just about making your workers comfy cozy. Avoiding muscular and overuse issues helps with retention and lowers health costs!
1. Maintain Neutral Posture
2. Work in the Power/Comfort Zone
3. Allow for Movement and Stretching
4. Reduce Excessive Force
5. Reduce Excessive Motions
6. Minimize Contact Stress
7. Reduce Excessive Vibration
8. Provide Adequate Lighting
Ergonomic office furniture improves productivity by designing the workspace to allow for good posture and less physical exertion. Poor ergonomics can lead to fatigue and frustration, which can negatively affect the quality of work that an employee performs. It’s a logical line of thought that if employees aren’t experiencing discomfort and fatigue on a daily basis, they will perform better. not to mention the benefits of reducing turnover, decreasing absenteeism, improving morale and increasing employee involvement. Using ergonomic furniture in a workspace can also significantly reduce costs for employers by systematically reducing the overall risk of employee injury caused by uncomfortable workstations.
Positive ergonomics can reduce costs for employers (prevent costly musculoskeletal disorders like carpal tunnel syndrome, tendinitis, rotator cuff injuries, epicondylitis, trigger finger, muscle strains and low back injuries) which are some of the most frequently reported causes of lost/restricted work time. Not to mention the benefits of reducing turnover, decreasing absenteeism, improving morale and increasing employee involvement. Using ergonomic furniture in a workspace can significantly reduce costs for employers by systematically reducing the overall risk of employee injury caused by uncomfortable workstations.
A Plus Warehouse stocks a variety of ergonomic designed office furniture. We offer chairs and desks, from leaning seats to adjustable tables and desks as well as anti-fatigue floor mats and operational equipment such as lift trucks, power stackers, and scissor lifts for safe lifting.
Divide the office: Keep professional and personal spaces separate (work space vs. lounge space, kitchen, etc) to achieve balance between professional/private life, create two different environments in the same office to make employees more productive. Use Implant Offices from A+ Warehouse: easily install implant offices in your warehouse/office without having to close for construction. Create comfortable leisure/mealtime spaces for employees.