Workstation ergonomics focuses on the employee and how their work area affects their body.  Improper posture, typing techniques and workstation configurations can, over time contribute to chronic muscular skeletal disorders.  Using guidelines developed by nationally recognized consensus standards, the goal is to ensure employees are able to maintain “The Neutral Position.” This is the ideal typing posture where both static and dynamic muscle loads are minimized reducing the risk of a muscular skeletal disorder.   

Home Workstation Ergonomics Guide



Office Workstation Ergonomics Guide