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Sitting vs Standing at Your Desk

Sitting vs Standing at Your Desk

Sitting vs Standing at Your Desk

A sedentary lifestyle can do more than simply cause your body to weaken over time due to lack of movement. Sitting too much can actually increase your chance of serious health problems. This is a scary statistic considering how many office workers (and remote workers) are working at a desk for most, if not all, of their workday. 

How do you counteract this potential problem? Is standing at your desk during your entire workday better than sitting at your desk for eight or more hours? 

Naturally, many offices are taking the advice from ergonomic experts by investing in ergonomic workstations, but are they using these ergonomic workstations properly?

Continue reading to learn the answer to this question: Is it better to sit or stand at work?

Ergonomics Consultants, Office Assessments, | Solutions Northwest Inc.Benefits of Standing at Work

Why stand for work? The answer is simple. We completely understand that standing can sometimes be inconvenient or painful if done too long, especially while you are sick or when you are sore. However, sitting at your desk for prolonged periods of time every single day can be bad for your health. 

When workers incorporate standing while working, they are likely to see an immediate improvement in mood and level of productivity.

Over time, getting work done while standing at an ergonomic workstation may even help reduce the risk of heart disease and other health problems. Standing can even help you to relieve neck and/or back pain that is associated with sitting for too long. 

Benefits of Sitting at Work

A sedentary lifestyle is bad for your health when you make a habit of sitting for several hours each day without getting up and moving around (or even standing!) for part of your shift.

However, as long as you aren’t sitting through the entire workday, it won’t hurt to sit down for a portion of your shift. You’ll want to take a ten- to twenty-minute break from standing for every hour that you are on your feet anyways.

It’s not just that sitting too long is a bad idea, but more that doing anything for too long can be negative for your body. For example, certain issues can stem from standing for too long.
Occupations that require constant standing for several hours have shown to cause pain and swelling in the feet along with certain vascular complications. Standing all day can also add unnecessary strain on your hips, ankles, and knees, which is why it is important to also sit while you work.

Conclusion: Is It Better to Sit or Stand at Work?

There is no right answer to this question: “is it better to sit or stand at work”? It’s all about balance.

By incorporating a routine that involves both sitting and standing while working, workers will be able to improve their health and productivity throughout the workday.Ergonomics Consultants, Office Assessments, | Solutions Northwest Inc.

In fact, whether to sit or stand while working is just the tip of the iceberg in ergonomic office design. Our ergonomics experts at Solutions Northwest Inc. recommend investing in an ergonomics assessment to ensure every aspect of the office is designed to prevent injury and improve efficiency in the workplace.

Related article: “Why Every Business Needs an Ergonomics Assessment”

Stay Proactive to Prevent Workplace Injury and Improve Worker Productivity

We’ve discussed how sitting too much can cause health problems, but we also showed how standing for too many hours at a time is also not good for your overall well-being. In the end, it turns out balance is key and you should mix in both sitting and standing while working.

For an in-depth consultation and best practice recommendations, contact an ergonomics experts and perform a professional ergonomics assessment for best results. Solutions Northwest Inc. would be happy to help you figure out if your current workstation is the right setup for you or your employees. Contact the ergonomics experts at Solutions Northwest Inc. to find out how you can have a professional ergonomics assessment performed. And be sure to check out our new virtual ergonomics assessment, designed for remote workers (all they need is access to e-mail or a smart phone).

Have questions? Contact us at SolutionsNW.com, we will be happy to help you!

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Virtual Ergonomics Assessment available nationwide!

Contact the Ergonomics Experts at Solutions Northwest Inc. Below:

Multiple Locations

Corporate Office: 120 State Ave. NE #397
Olympia, WA 98501
Business Hours: 8am-5pm M-F
Corporate FAX: 360-866-4773
Email: Info@solutionsnw.com

Olympia, WA

360-236-8748

Portland/Salem, OR

503-768-9742

Seattle, WA

206-521-5676

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Office Design – Setting up an Ergonomic Standing Desk

Office Design – Setting up an Ergonomic Standing Desk

Office Design – Setting up an Ergonomic Standing Desk

Did you know that American workers spend five hours working at a desk on average? In fact, many desk workers may spend their entire workday at a desk.

The way your employees spend their time at work can take a toll on their bodies, especially repetitive desk work. Investing in ergonomic office equipment like ergonomic standing desks will make an employee’s time at their desk more enjoyable – whether they are working in the office or doing remote work at home.

How do ergonomic desks work, though? Can you just set it up and leave it at that?  While investing in a professional ergonomics assessment will yield the best results, below are some best practice tips for ergonomic standing desks from the ergonomics experts at Solutions Northwest Inc..

How to Set Up Your Ergonomic Standing Desk

Whether you are looking for ergonomic solutions for the office or home office, there are a few things your employees should keep in mind when they are first doing their ergonomic desk setup. For example, ergonomic desks need to have different settings for standing and sitting.

Standing While Working

If your employee is standing, their ergonomic standing desks should be set up, so their elbows are close to their body, their wrists should be at 180 degrees to the forearm, and they should be able to look straight ahead at their computer monitor. Ergonomics experts recommend that if they have the option, they should also have a standing desk mat and something they can rest their feet on, alternating between which foot is up at any given time.

Sitting While Working

According to ergonomics experts, when employees are sitting at an ergonomic computer desk, they should have their monitor at eye level. This prevents them from craning their neck to look up or down. Both feet should be on the floor or a mat, and their elbows and knees should be at 90 degrees. Further equipment is likely needed, such as an ergonomic chair, which would help with any backaches or injuries workers might develop as well.

Related article: “The Ergonomic Way to Sit at Your Desk and View Your Monitor

Common Ergonomic Standing Desk MistakesErgonomics Consultants, Office Assessments, | Solutions Northwest Inc.

Standing desk ergonomics can help employees feel better and ease employee’s aches and pains that can develop over years of repetitive work.

There are a few things office desk workers should keep in mind when using ergonomic tools like a standing desk:

  1. Using standing desks doesn’t mean workers only stand while working. Employees should be alternating between standing and sitting because staying in either position too long can lead to injury and pain for workers.The benefit of an ergonomic standing desk is that it will make it easier to alternate between sitting and standing. In fact, some ergonomic standing desks come with a timer to let you know when it is time to alternate – if not, consider using your phone to set a timer to remind yourself to alternate from sitting to standing.

  2. We also spoke about setting an employee’s ergonomic desk properly above. Consult the manual or get some expert advice from an ergonomics consultant on how to set up the desk. Having an ergonomic desk but not optimizing it can be a huge mistake.
  3. Employees should also make sure they are attempting to stand or sit with good posture. They should stand or sit with their shoulders back and head up, looking directly at their computer monitors. Hunching and slouching can lead to some uncomfortable issues down the line.

Related article: “The Truth About Working Sitting Down vs. Standing Up

Invest in Ergonomics for Happier, Safer, and more Productive Employees.

Ergonomic standing desks can give your employees the option to stretch their legs and avoid workplace injury. If your workers see you are taking an active interest in their well-being, it will also lead to happier workers. Happier workers are more productive workers.

Investing in workplace ergonomics will pay off in the long run, which is why it is important to remain proactive even if your workers are working remotely. Contact the ergonomics experts at Solutions Northwest Inc. to find out how you can have a professional ergonomics assessment performed. And be sure to check out our new virtual ergonomics assessment, designed for remote workers (all they need is access to e-mail or a smart phone).

Have questions? Contact us at SolutionsNW.com, we will be happy to help you!

At SolutionsNW.com we value the importance of a positive workplace culture. Part of a positive workplace is a safe workplace, Contact Us to schedule an ergonomics consultation or ergonomics assessment for your office today.

Subscribe to our ergonomics blog for more ergonomics tips from Solutions Northwest Inc., ergonomics evaluations available in: Seattle, WA, Tacoma, WA, Olympia, WA, Vancouver, WA, Kent, WA Renton, WA, Beaverton, OR, Portland, OR, Salem, OR.

Virtual Ergonomics Assessment available nationwide!

Contact the Ergonomics Experts at Solutions Northwest Inc. Below:

Multiple Locations

Corporate Office: 120 State Ave. NE #397
Olympia, WA 98501
Business Hours: 8am-5pm M-F
Corporate FAX: 360-866-4773
Email: Info@solutionsnw.com

Olympia, WA

360-236-8748

Portland/Salem, OR

503-768-9742

Seattle, WA

206-521-5676

Contact our Ergonomics Experts

Working From Home: 3 Easy Adjustments for an Ergonomic Workspace at Home

Working From Home: 3 Easy Adjustments for an Ergonomic Workspace at Home

Working From Home: 3 Easy Adjustments for an Ergonomic Setup at Home

Are you looking for ways to better adjust to working from home this year? If you’re improvising with an at-home workspace, you should make sure this space is safe and efficient for your workdays.

Remote Worker Ergonomics AssessmentTo do so, the ergonomics experts at Solutions Northwest Inc. have put together some quick ideas that can help you with your ergonomics at home. Optimizing your workspace will allow for comfort and effectiveness so that you can stay productive while working from home.

1. Start with your desk.

If you’ve been improving and using your kitchen table or counter as a desk, you may want to consider investing in a real desk this year. An ergonomic desk setup at home can help you avoid posture issues or back and neck pain. Make sure your desk allows you to comfortably fit your legs underneath so that you are not crowded or bumping into anything. 

Make sure your desk is the right height so that your mouse and keyboard are at elbow height when you are seated. To find the best desk height for you, sit comfortably at your desk and put your arms down naturally at your sides. Then, bend your elbows outward as if you were typing to find the right work surface height for you. 

If you’re having trouble choosing the right desk for you, consider having a virtual ergonomics assessment done for your workplace. This option is affordable and could save you money in the long run by helping you choose the most optimal desk for your work.

2. Re-evaluate your home office laptop setup. 

While laptops are a popular work from home option due to their ability to transport with ease, laptops tend not to be the best in terms of ergonomics. This is because the laptop keyboard and screen are connected which doesn’t allow for much customization or rearranging.

However, there are still a few things you can do to improve the ergonomics of your laptop, such as investing in an ergonomic mouse and keyboard and a monitor to connect to your laptop. 

This will allow you to use a laptop in a similar fashion as a desktop computer.

3. Monitor your screens. 

If you use multiple monitors, you will want to be mindful of how you place them on your desk. Monitors should be at or slightly below eye level so that you can keep your neck straight and still see the screen. Bend your monitor up or down if you find that you are bending your neck up and down to observe your monitor. 

Your monitors should also be an arm’s length away from you so that you can see the whole screen at once. This allows you to view the screen without moving your head. You may also want to adjust the tilt of your monitor to avoid glares and get the right head positioning. 

Read our recent blog: The Ergonomic Way to Sit at Your Desk and View Your Monitor

Ergonomics at home is just as important as ergonomics in an office setting.

As a remote worker, your home workstation may not be traditional, but you can still work to achieve the proper ergonomics at home. If you haven’t paid too much attention to your at-home work setup, your body and your productivity could be taking a hit. Use these tips to improve your home office today.  

Are you looking for a way to improve your home office workspace? Contact us today an affordable virtual ergonomics assessment.  All you need is access to e-mail or a smart phone.

Have a specific question about home office ergonomics? Contact the ergonomics experts at SolutionsNW.com, we will be happy to help you!

At SolutionsNW.com we value the importance of a positive workplace culture. Part of a positive workplace is a safe workplace, Contact Us to schedule an ergonomics consultation or ergonomics assessment for your office today.

Subscribe to our ergonomics blog for more ergonomics tips from Solutions Northwest Inc., ergonomics evaluations available on-site at: Seattle, WA, Tacoma, WA, Olympia, WA, Vancouver, WA, Kent, WA Renton, WA, Beaverton, OR, Portland, OR, Salem, OR, San Diego, CA, Carlsbad, CA, La Jolla, CA, Irvine, CA, Costa Mesa, CA, Newport Beach, CA.

Virtual Ergonomics Assessment available nationwide!

Contact the Ergonomics Experts at Solutions Northwest Inc. Below:

Multiple Locations

Corporate Office: 120 State Ave. NE #397
Olympia, WA 98501
Business Hours: 8am-5pm M-F
Corporate FAX: 360-866-4773
Email: Info@solutionsnw.com

San Diego, CA

877-976-9462

Olympia, WA

360-236-8748

Portland/Salem, OR

503-768-9742

Seattle, WA

206-521-5676

Contact our Ergonomics Experts

Choosing the Right Ergonomic Furniture for Your Home Office Setup

Choosing the Right Ergonomic Furniture for Your Home Office Setup

Choosing the Right Ergonomic Furniture for Your Home Office Setup

If you work from home, it may start to feel like you live at your desk. Especially if you’re a new remote worker due to the pandemic.

It is likely you will be working from home for a while, so be sure to invest in some ergonomic furniture for your home office space. Ergonomic furniture will allow you to work from home in comfort and even improve your work productivity.

In this blog, our ergonomics experts will help you decide on some great ergonomic office furniture for your home office setup.

Remote Worker Ergonomics AssessmentChoosing the right ergonomic chair.

Since you’re likely to be sitting a lot, the first thing you’ll need to buy is an adjustable, ergonomic chair for your home office. While every home workstation is different, below are a few features every ergonomic chair should have.

The features of a good ergonomic work chair include a good backrest that can support your back throughout the day. The back of your chair should extend from the shoulders to the seat as well as curve to support the lower back and lumbar spine.

A good ergonomic chair will also have adjustability features. For example, your chair should have adjustable armrests that evenly support your arms while you work. Your ergonomic chair should also be able to adjust in height. Height adjustment is important to ensure that you are at eye level with your computer monitor. Height adjustment will also prevent your neck from staying at an uncomfortable angle.

Sitting in a chair with a good back helps prevent injury to your spine and promotes excellent posture. You will experience less back and shoulder pain sitting in a ergonomic chair with good support.

Once you have your ergonomic chair, be sure to read our blog about the perfect sitting posture for viewing your computer monitor.

Every setup is different, so be sure to contact an ergonomics consultant for more help.

Choosing the right ergonomic desk.

After you have chosen the right chair for your ergonomic home office setup, it’s time to start thinking about options for your ergonomic desk.

There are a few key elements you will need to consider before choosing the right desk for your home office setup. Some of these elements include the equipment space (keyboard mount, space for your mousepad, etc.) and other aspects like available leg clearance between your desk and chair. Additionally, you will need to consider the height of your desk to ensure your monitor is at eye-level, whether you’re sitting or standing.

Having a desk that can adjust may help but getting it perfect may be a bit tricky. We must suggest that you look into getting an ergonomics assessment to decide what works best for you.

You may also want to consider investing in a standing desk. While there has been a healthy debate about sitting versus standing at work, it seems a healthy balance between the two is key. A standing desk will allow you to have variety during your workday, as you can choose to alternate between sitting and standing while you work.

Consider investing in an ergonomics assessment for your home office setup.

Your furniture selection may vary based on things like body size, height, right- or left-handedness. The best way to ensure your home office setup is comfortable and productive is to hire an ergonomics consultant. Due to the pandemic, companies like Solutions Northwest Inc. have setup virtual ergonomic assessments for remote workers.

A virtual ergonomics assessment will allow you to assess your needs from the comfort of your home office. All you need is access to a phone or e-mail. Generally, this is an affordable option either for yourself or your employees and it will pay off with a more productive and pain free workday.

Investing in your home office ergonomics leads to a happier and healthier workday.

The foundation of every home office setup is investing in good, reliable, ergonomic furniture. You’re likely to be using your home office for at least 8 hours a day, so you’ll need to make sure you pay close attention to your home office setup.

When you’re comfortable, happy, and pain-free – your work becomes much easier. If you’re ready to invest in your home office setup, contact us today for a virtual ergonomics assessment.

And if you’re looking for more tips on how to create an ergonomic workspace contact the ergonomics experts at SolutionsNW.com and we will be happy to help you!

At SolutionsNW.com we value the importance of a positive workplace culture. Part of a positive workplace is a safe workplace, Contact Us to schedule an ergonomics consultation or ergonomics assessment for your office today.

Subscribe to our ergonomics blog for more ergonomics tips from Solutions Northwest Inc., ergonomics evaluations available on-site at: Seattle, WA, Tacoma, WA, Olympia, WA, Vancouver, WA, Kent, WA Renton, WA, Beaverton, OR, Portland, OR, Salem, OR, San Diego, CA, Carlsbad, CA, La Jolla, CA, Irvine, CA, Costa Mesa, CA, Newport Beach, CA.

Virtual Ergonomics Assessment available nationwide!

Contact the Ergonomics Experts at Solutions Northwest Inc. Below:

Multiple Locations

Corporate Office: 120 State Ave. NE #397
Olympia, WA 98501
Business Hours: 8am-5pm M-F
Corporate FAX: 360-866-4773
Email: Info@solutionsnw.com

San Diego, CA

877-976-9462

Olympia, WA

360-236-8748

Portland/Salem, OR

503-768-9742

Seattle, WA

206-521-5676

Contact our Ergonomics Experts

Ergonomic Mouse and Keyboard Review: Goldtouch Go!2 Mobile Keyboard and FlexMouse

Ergonomic Mouse and Keyboard Review: Goldtouch Go!2 Mobile Keyboard and FlexMouse

Ergonomic Mouse and Keyboard Review: Goldtouch Go!2 Mobile Keyboard and FlexMouse

Remote Worker Ergonomics AssessmentBy Janet DeLapp
MS, CDMS, CPDM, CPE

Whether you have been working remotely or have an office job, you are likely spending a lot of time typing on a keyboard and using a mouse in the modern workplace.

Frequently composing emails, writing documents, or just browsing the web can cause strain on your hands and wrists. If your work requires you to use a keyboard and a mouse, investing in an ergonomic device may be a great option.

Our ergonomics consultants have recently had a chance to review the Goldtouch Go!2 Mobile Keyboard and FlexMouse.

Below is a quick review:

The Goldtouch Go!2 Mobile keyboard is very comfortable to use and it is easily adaptable to multiple users by changing the amount that it splits and tents up.

It is ideal for traveling given its size and that it folds up into a compact square. This can be tucked away in any bag or case. The keys were responsive and gave good feedback. It is fantastic that this is a wireless device, this makes it so much more flexible. This would be ideal for kids as well.

The official product description describes the devices as “sleek, slim and lightweight, the Goldtouch Go!2 Mobile Keyboard is the perfect work and travel companion for the on-the-go worker. Unlike other travel ergonomic keyboards, which sacrifice comfort for convenience, the Goldtouch Go!2 Mobile Keyboards feature full-sized keys that are silent, fast and responsive.

Adjusts from 0º to 30º along the horizontal and vertical planes, allowing you to find the perfect position that fits your body type. Ergonomic comfort and precision: Features a scissor-switch system for fluid, silent keystrokes with tactile feedback. Built for convenience: From airplane tray tables to hotel desks, this slim keyboard fits neatly within even the smallest spaces. Additionally, this keyboard folds to a compact size for even greater travel convenience.”

The Goldtouch FlexMouse was great given the different sizes it provides.

This mouse would be a good fit for just about everyone. It also has a good feel and smooth operation. The official product description says this ergonomic mouse “takes the guess work out of selecting the perfect mouse. Four interchangeable mousing backs, ranging from Small to X-Large, will fit the smallest to the largest hands.

The additional attachments do not have to go unused. Smaller attachments can be used for tasks that require more precision, whereas larger attachments can be used for general use to maximize comfort.

No more muscle fatigue: The FlexMouse moves your wrist into an ideal 24 degree angle, eliminating the discomfort caused by wrist pronation. A thumb cushion encourages a more comfortable grip. Over-sized buttons: Your fingers can easily click without overly bending the interphalangeal joints, reducing arthritic discomfort. Bluetooth technology: Just pair the mouse with your Mac or PC and you’ll be ready to mouse, wherever you are. Better comfort, flexibility, and control are at your fingertips with the Goldtouch FlexMouse.”

Consider an Ergonomic Mouse and Keyboard For a More Productive Workday.

If you’re ready to upgrade your home office, an ergonomic mouse and keyboard is a great start. If you want to take the next step, consider investing in a virtual ergonomics assessment from an expert.

 Solutions Northwest Inc. is now offering affordable Virtual Ergonomics Assessments specifically for remote workers (all you need is access to e-mail or a smart phone).

Looking for More Tips on How to Create an Ergonomic Workspace? Contact us at SolutionsNW.com, we will be happy to help you!

At SolutionsNW.com we value the importance of a positive workplace culture. Part of a positive workplace is a safe workplace, Contact Us to schedule an ergonomics consultation or ergonomics assessment for your office today.

Subscribe to our ergonomics blog for more ergonomics tips from Solutions Northwest Inc., ergonomics evaluations available on-site at: Seattle, WA, Tacoma, WA, Olympia, WA, Vancouver, WA, Kent, WA Renton, WA, Beaverton, OR, Portland, OR, Salem, OR, San Diego, CA, Carlsbad, CA, La Jolla, CA, Irvine, CA, Costa Mesa, CA, Newport Beach, CA.

Virtual Ergonomics Assessment available nationwide!

Contact the Ergonomics Experts at Solutions Northwest Inc. Below:

Multiple Locations

Corporate Office: 120 State Ave. NE #397
Olympia, WA 98501
Business Hours: 8am-5pm M-F
Corporate FAX: 360-866-4773
Email: Info@solutionsnw.com

San Diego, CA

877-976-9462

Olympia, WA

360-236-8748

Portland/Salem, OR

503-768-9742

Seattle, WA

206-521-5676

Contact our Ergonomics Experts

5 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Working from Home

5 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Working from Home

5 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Working From Home

Before COVID-19, only 7% of Americans worked from home regularly. In May of 2020, more than 60% of employees worked remotely. If you’re working from home, it’s probably a new experience for you.

Because of this, you may be struggling to balance your workload with your new work dynamic. Read on for 5 common mistakes to avoid when working fromRemote Worker Ergonomics Assessment home from the Ergonomics Experts at Solutions Northwest Inc.

1. Working in your pajamas.

We’re not suggesting that being comfortable at work is a problem. But staying in your pajamas can make you feel more tired, more relaxed, and less engaged when you’re on the clock.

There’s a significant amount of value to our mental health when we shower, put on clean clothes, and prepare for the day. Don’t be tempted to skip these important routines in an effort to sleep in later.

You’ll feel better and more productive if you’re clean and dressed before clocking in.

2. Not taking breaks while working remotely.

When you’re working from home and your laptop is easily accessible, it can be easy to continue working or checking messages during your lunch break or after 5:00.

This is not recommended. First of all, it can be detrimental to your eyes to spend that much time looking at a screen without taking regular breaks. It can also start to take a toll on your body and lead to injury.

But it’s also detrimental to your work-life balance. Taking a full, committed break occasionally will help you be more productive when you’re actually on the clock.

3. Failing to figure out how to work around your children.

Without the regular resources for childcare available to working parents, balancing work and children can be especially difficult.

If you have young children that need supervision throughout the day while they are home consider setting pre-determined “shifts” with a partner so that you can take turns being in charge of the kids.

When it’s not your turn you can really plug into work and complete some of your most essential tasks. When you’re on duty with the kids, you can passively work on little projects that can be interrupted if necessary.

4. Not setting up a proper office or workstation.

When you’re working from home, there’s nothing preventing you from setting your computer on your lap while you sit in bed. And while that might not be a problem for a day or two, over a long period of time it will be terrible for your back.

Consider investing a little bit of your paycheck into some comfortable, ergonomic furniture if you don’t already have some. This will help you maintain your physical health. You should consider giving a call to your boss or human resources as well, they may cover the cost for you.

You’ll want a desk, ergonomic chair, laptop stand, keyboard, etc. Most people don’t have access to a dedicated room they can use for a home office, so just try to find a comfortable place in your home that’s relatively quiet. If you can set up near a window, that’s even better.

If your employer hasn’t already done so, get a Virtual Ergonomics Assessments to ensure that your remote workspace is setup perfectly.

5. Disconnecting with co-workers while working remotely.

When you’re not sitting down the hall from your fellow coworkers, it can be easy to discontinue socializing with them. But maintaining those relationships is an important part of your employment.

Consider setting up “lunch calls” where you join your co-workers occasionally for a zoom meeting over lunch where you talk about non-work related things and catch up on each other’s lives.

Invest in your remote workstation now, as you may be working remotely for a while.

Working from home isn’t a trend that will disappear with the pandemic.

It’s likely going to be a part of many tech-related jobs far beyond the coronavirus. Now is the time to invest in yourself and make your work-from-home experience productive and valuable.

If you’re ready to upgrade your home office, get started with a virtual ergonomics assessment here.

As always, consider getting an ergonomics assessment of your home office setup from an expert. Solutions Northwest Inc. are now offering affordable Virtual Ergonomics Assessments specifically for remote workers (all you need is access to e-mail or a smart phone).

Looking for More Tips on How to Create an Ergonomic Workspace? Contact us at SolutionsNW.com, we will be happy to help you!

At SolutionsNW.com we value the importance of a positive workplace culture. Part of a positive workplace is a safe workplace, Contact Us to schedule an ergonomics consultation or ergonomics assessment for your office today.

Subscribe to our ergonomics blog for more ergonomics tips from Solutions Northwest Inc., ergonomics evaluations available on-site at: Seattle, WA, Tacoma, WA, Olympia, WA, Vancouver, WA, Kent, WA Renton, WA, Beaverton, OR, Portland, OR, Salem, OR, San Diego, CA, Carlsbad, CA, La Jolla, CA, Irvine, CA, Costa Mesa, CA, Newport Beach, CA.

Virtual Ergonomics Assessment available nationwide!

Contact the Ergonomics Experts at Solutions Northwest Inc. Below:

Multiple Locations

Corporate Office: 120 State Ave. NE #397
Olympia, WA 98501
Business Hours: 8am-5pm M-F
Corporate FAX: 360-866-4773
Email: Info@solutionsnw.com

San Diego, CA

877-976-9462

Olympia, WA

360-236-8748

Portland/Salem, OR

503-768-9742

Seattle, WA

206-521-5676

Contact our Ergonomics Experts

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