Improved Productivity Through Ergonomics

Improved Productivity Through Ergonomics

September 27, 2017

Partagez / Share

Repetition is a part of life; regardless of how creative, innovative or unique someone or something is, the method by which those developments are made comes through a structured form repeating certain steps. It’s necessary, however the issue with repetition/routine is the undue strain it can cause when certain things are being used the same way over a long period of time. How can this be minimized? By creating an environment that utilizes the best ergonomic furniture and techniques.

Improved productivity is a byproduct of a more ergonomically friendly environment; when people are comfortable, they are able to continue a specific task for a longer period of time, without pain or the worry of potentially harmful long term effects.

‘Working in an awkward posture is not an efficient way to work. The ergonomics process encourages work to be done in the “comfort zone”, causing less fatigue and helping you work faster and more accurately. High force requirements cause unnecessary exertion that slows work down. Using mechanical assists, counter balance systems, adjustable height lift tables and workstations, powered equipment and ergonomic tools will reduce work effort and muscle exertions.’ (source: ergo-plus.com)

Here at Burovision our aim is to not only help people design spaces that they love, but also are able to be safe, comfortable and functional in. We offer a range of ergonomic furniture and accessories to help facilitate the most productive spaces possible.



Back to posts

 

Similar posts

Desk Discussion – What Your Workspace Says About You

Desks, tables or any other flat service in which work gets done on are a very important part of any given workspace. Although they can vary in size, shape, colour their f…

Choosing the Right Office Furniture Provider

During the decision making process a lot of consideration is usually put into what is being decided upon, however there are varying levels of thought that go into the typ…

Architectural Design 101: The Development Process

An office used to be a place where people were able to get work done (either in separate office, cubicles, etc), promote the use of their products/services with clientele…

Office Space Planning – What to Consider When Designing a Workspace

If you fail to plan, you plan to fail...famous words that have a universal application. Diving into anything (regardless of what it is) without giving it some serious tho…