Tag: Home Office

Steelcase Criterion Chair Information and Set Up Video

Saskatchewan vendor: Business Furnishings (Saskatoon and Regina locations) Features: • Sliding seat pan • Height adjustable backrest with fixed lumbar contour • 4 position back stop • Rock/Lock • 4D arms ht adjustable &arm caps slide in, fwd/back and pivot (option). • Criterion Plus has larger seat and back and rated to 500lbs Specifications: Seat

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Steelcase Amia Chair Information and Set Up Video

Saskatchewan vendor: Business Furnishings (Saskatoon and Regina locations) Features: • Sliding seat pan • Back flex control (increases lumbar support) • 5 position back stop • 4D arms adjustable in height and arm caps slide in, slide fwd/back and pivot (option). Specifications: Seat Pan: 19.25”W x 15” – 18” Seat Height: 16” – 21” Armrest

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Steelcase Think Chair Information and Set Up Video

Saskatchewan vendor: Business Furnishings (Saskatoon and Regina locations) Think Model Features: • Sliding seat pan • Back flex control (increases lumbar support) • 5 position back stop • 4D arms adjustable in height and arm caps slide in, slide fwd/back and pivot (option). Specifications: Seat Pan: 19.25”W x 15” – 18” Cylinder: 16” – 21”

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Setting up your Office Workstation

Goals: Steps to Reach the Goal: 1. Feet on the Floor, Chair Backrest Upright 2. Seat Pan Depth 3. Backrest Position 4. Sit in Close 5. Keyboard and Mouse 6. Arms at Your Sides 7. Monitor(s) 8. Documents in Line

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Setting your monitor position – right now!

Q: What exactly is the ideal monitor height? A: Monitors should be set so that the top of the screen is roughly at eye level when you are sitting up straight. Why? – Relaxed posture for the human eye is 15˚ below the horizon and we all slouch now and then, so before you know

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What Will Hurt You – Evaluation You Desk Posture

Have you ever held a mirror up to yourself while you are deep in thought at your computer? Be Aware of Awkward Postures. Static Muscle Use:

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Make Your Laptop Computer Work for You

The golden rule of office ergonomics is straightforward: Put your body into ‘neutral posture’ and then find ways to make your computer fit you. The early designers were right, separating the keyboard and screen is the most important step. For the frugal, an external keyboard, mouse and a stack of paper to lift your laptop

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Trapped by Your Mouse

When you look at the carefully molded collection of plastic to the right or left of your keyboard, it seems pretty harmless. Quiet, unassuming, a little slippery… But BEWARE – despite their ever improving good looks, these little pests can pack quite the bite. It’s amazing that just over twenty years ago, the mouse was

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Office Safari – Shoulder Care

Office Shoulderamus Reachalotus Known Habits This species is quite entertaining to watch. They spend much of their day seated, chasing a smooth, contoured device around their desk. Frequently, their shoulder reaches as far to the side and to the front as possible, requiring a lean to the opposite side to maintain balance. Prey When not

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Office Desk Set Up

Do your shoulders ache at the end of the day? Are headaches just a ‘part of the job’? Do you notice that symptoms miraculously disappear when you’re on vacation? Sometimes your workstation set-up may be part of the problem. Take a closer look to see if your office tools are positioned for success or failure.

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