Workstation Ergonomics

x-ray image of person sitting at desk

Anyone who spends much of their time sitting at a computer can feel better and work smarter by following the guidelines of a structured Ergonomic Program. The repetitive nature of data entry can lead to painful musculoskeletal injuries that can easily be prevented with basic training and adjustable equipment.

Whether you are an employer or an employee, these guidelines will help you set up an ergonomically correct workstation. Keep in mind that individuals and jobs are different, so the solutions you implement (or follow) may vary by workstation and circumstance. These general guidelines are a good starting point to help make workers more comfortable at their desks.

Download the Workstation Ergonomics Guide

For additional Loss Control guidance, please visit the Plan & Protect safety hub.