Ergonomic designs for offices begin with the workstation because it serves as the main base of any employee. It should be setup in a way that can be easily adjusted to match the comfort level needed. Consider the following features when designing your workstation.
Ergonomic desk – The desl should have a stable work surface that does not bounce or wobble. It should also have enough room to place your computer monitor, keyboard, and mouse in front of you
Ergonomic chair – Your chair should provide proper body position and lumbar support. enough room to place your computer monitor, keyboard, and mouse in front of you.
Wrist rests for keyboard and mouse – In order to avoid wrist soreness, pain and other symptoms of repetitive strain injury, use padded wrist rests in front of your keyboard and on your mouse pad.
Typing stand – Typing stands can be be positioned in front of, or to the side of, your computer monitor to assist you while creating or transcribing documents.