Ergonomics Tips

Ergonomic Tips for Office Workers ➤

  • Eyes should be looking slightly downward to the monitor screen without neck flexion. User should maintain one arm distance from the screen.
  • Elbow should be in-line with the keyboard at 90 degree.
  • User should always leverage the back support of the chair.
  • The feet of the user must be completely lying flat on the ground. If the feet are hanging in the air, feet support mechanisms must be provided.
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Ergonomic Tips for Industrial Workers ➤

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  • Warm-up your muscles prior to lifting any objects regardless of weight of the objects.
  • Never lift any objects > 50 lb.
  • There is no one proper lifting posture. It all depends on the size and weight of the object.
  • Always work in the power zone (between shoulder and waist height)
  • Always carry objects close to the body.
  • Always push instead of pull carts.
  • When objects are piled up too high & block sight, use forklift instead.
  • Do not twist torso while lifting or carrying objects.
  • Minimize repetitive/unnecessary motions.

Ergonomic Tips for Lab Workers ➤

  • Elevate your chair rather than reaching up to pipette.
  • Avoid twisting or rotating wrist while pipetting.
  • Alternate hands to pipette.
  • Use light force to change tips.
  • Use minimal pressure while pipetting.
  • Take 1 to 2 mins break after every 20 mins of pipetting.
  • Avoid leaning on hard edges.
  • Adjust chair, workbench, or microscope such that your hand can be maintained in an upright position.
  • Use adjustable eyepieces for easier viewing.
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