Ergonomic tips for a more comfortable and efficient workplace

At work today office workers are more and more sedentary and use their computer for prolonged periods of time, therefore the static position of these workers causes musculoskeletal problems.

Back pain at work

MSDs (Musculoskeletal Disorders) are, among other things, responsible for pain, stiffness and loss of mobility and strength,
this is why among the goals of ergonomics in the office:
there to reduce injuries and fatigue
ensure comfort and increase productivity

back pain work ergonomics

we are now going to see some ergonomic advice for a workstation
more comfortable and efficient work
1/The good position:
back pain office work

the backrest must be inclined between 90 and 120 degrees the knees at 90° the
feet must be flat on the ground or on a footrest the height must be adjusted
of the chair so that the height of the ribs is at the same level as the
keyboard height;
be careful the keyboard and the mouse are always at the same level
the eyes should form a straight line with the upper third of the screen and the worker should stand an arm's length away from the screen to prevent eyestrain
2/Fight against visual fatigue:
avoid shiny work surfaces and prefer surfaces with
infinitely look into the distance five meters and more to rest the
eye muscles and promote positive mode display
3/ Take Micro-breaks:
it is important to take very short downtimes of 15 to 30 seconds
3 to 4 times per hour to stretch and stretch
4/ Sitting or Standing:
back pain work ergonomics

by adopting a seated posture one expends less energy but its cause an increased pressure on the intervertebral discs;
a standing posture is favorable for frequent movements but its cause of blood stages in the veins of the legs to cause varicose veins
the most advantageous solution is to alternate between the seated posture and the
standing posture