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Myth #2: Saying It Doesn’t Make It So


As corporations have begun to focus on the importance of workplace safety and efficiency, many manufacturers have take the opportunity to capitalize on this interest. The term “ergonomic” is loosely applied to a wide variety of products. With no marketing restrictions on this descriptive, some products may actually enhance operational safety and efficiency while others do not.  Ergonomics Myth #2 is that simply labeling something “ergonomically correct” doesn’t mean that it really is, or that it will help each individual in your workplace.

Ergonomics Requires Active Involvement

Many executives and managers might purchase ergonomically designed products and distribute them to employees, then pat themselves on the back believing they have fulfilled their obligation to workplace safety.

While ergonomically designed furniture will certainly help workplace satisfaction, safety and productivity to some degree, simply distributing these products to employees will not result in great increases of workflow.

For an ergonomics program to truly be effective, users must be educated about how to interact safely and efficiently with their workstations. Further, ergonomics is not the same for each individual. Every user and workstation must be carefully evaluated and improved individually.

Tools to Help Bust Ergonomics Myth #2

At VersaTables, we are proud to help you take a more active role in the ergonomics of your home or workplace. Not only do we provide quality furniture for home, medical, educational and business use that is designed around ergonomically centered principles; we also are dedicated to providing you with the necessary tools to help you evaluate and identify your ergonomics needs.

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