How to Set Up a Healthy Workstation

Work can be a pain in the neck. But for many of us, our workstations are actually causing real pain and other possible problems. Depending on your job, the constraints of your equipment, and the symptoms you may be experiencing, reconfiguring your workstation can result in significant improvements in how you feel, today and in the future.

Workplace ergonomics improves well-being and performance by optimizing the interaction between postural positioning and the work environment to minimize unnecessary work and reduce the forces acting on your body. The following are helpful tips from the Association of Canadian Ergonomists to help prevent or reduce postural-related injuries, specifically in the neck, shoulders, lower back and hips.

Tips for working ergonomically

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