Computer Workstation Ergonomics August 27th, 2007
So what does yourlook like? Have you gone to the trouble to design it for ergonomic conditions, or is your workstation an accident of left-over chair from some other room, a table and/or a box sitting in a corner? Maybe you don't have a workstation, just a laptop that sits on any table or spare space you happen to be using at the time.
"Computer Workstation Ergonomics" is an article you must read to find out exactly what to do to build an ergonomic solution wherever you do you main officing.
There are five main features of a properly organized ergonomic solution including arranging to have the top of the monitor at eye height, your desktop where the keyboard is situated at belly button level, and you feet flat on the floor for support.
I don't have these basic elements of ergonomic design for my computer and will certainly be organizing my desk a little differently from now on. Already with just two of these ideas implemented I find it more comfortable working on my computer.