Achieve an ergonomic position at your hot desk in less than 60 seconds! Max your support and comfort quickly by adjusting your ergonomic chair - so you can crack on with your busy day…
The carbon footprint of an office chair is everything that producing and then bringing that chair to you triggers in terms of greenhouse gas emissions. We’re talking about the sourcing of materials, the production of the chair, transporting the chair and then how long it lasts. Cut the jargon and see this simple guide!
An office chair with a low carbon footprint? Yes please. The designers of RH and HÅG chairs inspire you here with their pioneering approach to sustainable furniture.
Don’t head-hang when you use a laptop. Here's tips on what to do to stay comfortable and productive while you use your laptop. Banish those health risks!
Posturite’s Head Consultant in Ergonomics dives into a box of office and household products to discuss ‘ergonomic, or not?’. More than an excuse to compare notes on the world’s best corkscrew, we look at what makes an item or tool a pleasure or a nightmare to use.
You can’t work properly when you're distracted by pain. Musculoskeletal problems are the second most common reason for work absence. Let's talk solutions!
Is the risk of musculoskeletal injury in a lab or production workplace higher than in an office? Yes, in fact it is. Get help to create a comfortable environment for your scientific and manufacturing staff.
Jo needs better support for her back while she’s working from home – she works from her daughter’s bedroom. Here she shares her experience of choosing an ergonomic chair and getting it set up for her by an expert at her home.
When you invest in good quality chairs for your business, employee productivity can be boosted and absences and presenteeism reduced. Here’s advice on buying ergonomic task seating, and what differences there actually are between premium task seating and lower price point seating.
A 31% increase in neck and back problems since 2019: this is the concerning new UK statistic for people signed off on long-term sick leave. How should employers respond?