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How to maintain a good posture when working from home

Tim Evans, Access2Comfort

Sitting still in a poor posture for long periods of time puts stress on discs, muscles and tendons. If working at a desk takes up the majority of your time, this can cause long-term problems. Check out our tips for a better workstation experience.


Do's

  • Adjust your seat pad height and backrest to suit you
  • Keep your feet flat on the floor or on a footrest
  • Take regular breaks


Don'ts

  • Do not sit with your legs crossed
  • Do not sit with the back of your knees rubbing on the edge of your seat pad
  • Do not hunch or slouch forward in the chair
  • Do not stay seated in the same position for long periods of time
  • Do not sit n the edge of your seat
  • Do not have your keyboard or mouse out of functional reach


Comfort through Ergonomics…

A leading specialist in ergonomic workplace assessments Access 2 Comfort has been delivering Workplace, Vehicle and Display Screen Equipment (DSE) assessments, for home workers, business and commercial clients throughout the UK since 2004.

Being fully independent and unaffiliated to any particular brand or manufacturer, we have built a reputation of trust by consistently offering our clients friendly unbiased advice and backed-up with practical, cost-effective solutions.

So if either you or your employees are suffering from aches and pains as a result of long hours at a desk or behind the wheel, whether in an office, shop, factory or whilst on the road or working from home get in touch because we can help

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If you’d like to speak to one of our assessors to find out more about how you can make your workplace more ergonomic, please give us or a call or drop us a line.

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