Ergonomics: Maintaining a good working position for better health

Nearly 56% of respondents to a recent IU Workplace Health and Wellness Survey stated that their jobs regularly require them to perform repetitive or forceful hand movements.

One of the ways to help prevent ergonomic disorders (like carpel tunnel syndrome) that can arise from such activities is to watch your posture at your workstation. A neutral body position is a comfortable working posture in which your joints are naturally aligned. Do you have a good working position?

Learn more about good working positions:
http://1.usa.gov/15pBE36

For more ergonomic tips, see:
http://go.iu.edu/8qh`

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