10 reasons why you need office ergonomics

There's No Excuse for Having an Ineffective Office Ergonomics Process

I've heard plenty of excuses as to why an organization has an unsuccessful office ergonomics process. Excuses are like noses – everyone has one and they smell.

There was a time when developing, deploying and sustaining effective office ergonomics processes were ridiculously challenging. For many organizations, the work involved represented a drain on an organization's resources, and for many EHS professionals, a potential career pothole. 

Any EHS professional who was lucky enough to participate in the activities required to implement such a process can attest to the frustration over never-ending employee requests for workstation

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