Are “Sit-Stand” solutions real stand up options?

Published on May 12, 2014 by

I did this for my amusement when confronted yet again by a product (in this case monitor arms) that purports to be “Sit to Stand”.

This is again becoming important as government and some business restrict the use of adjustable tables but still want/need a workable sit-stand option for computer ...

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A cool keyboard deal…

Published on April 4, 2014 by

As part of my blog, I would like to pass along trial offers from our vendors who provide excellent equipment solutions.  Often, you can’t beat getting your hands on a device to evaluate its effectiveness for yourself or your ergonomics program.

So, this offer just came to my ...

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Looking the wrong way

Published on March 25, 2014 by

Having recently spoken at the Governor's Safety and Health Conference, I was reminded of some thoughts I had upon return from a trip a few years back.  They seem just as relevant today as then:

Thinking of safety, I have just returned from a trip to London.  It was astounding ...

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Here is quick video on standing posture

Published on March 15, 2014 by

For video, click on link:  Standing Posture!

Of course, just standing is not the magic bullet to fix all seating ills.  And while changing posture regularly is good, we want to switch from one good posture to the next good posture.

So, what is good standing posture?

Well, when ...

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Class Description: State of Office Ergonomics Address: The Big Picture with practical tips

Published on March 14, 2014 by

Special note:  what follows is the overview of the presentation I did at the 2014 Governor’s Safety and Health Conference.   Let me know that you saw this post, and I will offer a version of the class (updated for worker’s perspective, and re-named - Keyboard Warrior Survival Training) at your ...

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