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Creating an Ergonomic Workstation for Proper Posture at Your Desk

Creating an Ergonomic Workstation for Proper Posture at Your Desk

Creating an Ergonomic Workstation for Proper Posture at Your Desk

Guidelines for Creating an Ergonomic Workstation at Your OfficeErgonomics Consultants, Office Assessments, | Solutions Northwest Inc.

Office design has a huge impact on an employees’ mental and physical health. From the decor on the walls to the number of windows, to the types of chairs and desks you have – every detail matters.
One of the most important aspects of ergonomic office design will be creating a safe and productive, ergonomic workspace for your employees. Designing a workstation with ergonomics in mind takes workers’ needs into account and improves the setup of the office to fit those needs.

In this post, the ergonomics consultants at Solutions Northwest Inc. are going to help you by giving you some ergonomic workstation guidelines designed to help worker’s maintain proper posture and avoid injuries while working.

Keep reading and you’ll know exactly how to set up your workstations to boost morale, maximize productivity, and maintain employee health.

Ergonomic Workstation Design – Posture

You can have the perfect ergonomic setup for your employees, but if they don’t have good posture, problems will still arise. It’s crucial to keep bones and joints aligned in a neutral position so that the muscles function normally. Good posture also decreases the amount of stress on the spine and ligaments.

This is how an employee should sit:

  • The back should be straight with the neck and head upright
  • The bottom and thighs should have equally distributed pressure
  • Feet should be flat on the floor
  • Minimal bend of the wrists, which should not rest on hard edges
  • Shoulders and arms should be relaxed and perpendicular to the floor

Creating an ergonomic workspace will help make it easier for a worker to feel comfortable sitting with correct posture. Every workplace is different, so investing in a proper ergonomics assessment for your employee will be crucial when trying to achieve proper workstation ergonomics specific to your needs.

Ergonomics Consultants, Office Assessments, | Solutions Northwest Inc.Ergonomic Desk Setup

Each workstation will have to be set up a bit differently for each worker. Filling your office with fully adjustable ergonomic equipment will make it easier to accommodate everyone’s needs.

For a basic desk setup – give the computer monitor a 10-20 degree tilt so that it’s centered in front of the eyes, about 20-30 inches away. The keyboard should be positioned an inch above the elbows for the most comfort.

The goal is to maintain the posture as effortlessly as possible.

Your employees should have everything they need within arm’s reach so that they’re never awkwardly bending or moving, which can cause injury.

Invest in Ergonomic Equipment

The furniture and equipment you give your employees should take ergonomics into account.

When it comes to an office chair, for example, it should be comfortable and supportive of the spinal curve. An ergonomic chair will be adjustable so that the worker can assume the correct posture with ease.

An ergonomic desk is also fully adjustable so that the worker can get enough clearance between the desk and their knees. If the worker prefers to stand, adjustable standing desks should also be made available.

Computer monitors should have plenty of swivel and tilt capabilities, as well as anti-glare screens. Stock your workstations with ergonomic keyboards and mouses, and make sure lighting is available at every desk.

Following Ergonomic Workstation Guidelines

Ensuring that you and your employees are following ergonomic workstation guidelines can be tricky. The best practice is to have an ergonomic assessment done and give your employees the proper ergonomic training.

An investment in ergonomics pays off in the long run. Not only will it benefit their long-term health, but it reduces the likelihood of workplace injury and boosts worker productivity.

At Solutions Northwest, Inc., we offer ergonomic consulting, education, and training. To get an ergonomic office assessment from one of our experts, contact us today. We can help you set up a plan to examine and analyze your space.

We can even help you if you have a lot of remote workers by setting up their workspaces with an affordable, virtual ergonomics assessment, which can be done remotely (all you need is access to e-mail or a smart phone).

For more information contact us at SolutionsNW.com, we will be happy to help you!

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

How to Prevent Knee Pain When Working from Home

How to Prevent Knee Pain When Working from Home

How to Prevent Knee Pain When Working from Home

How to Prevent Knee Pain When Working from Home
Do you suffer from knee pain during the workday? You’re not alone. A new study reports that one in every four Americans suffers from chronic knee pain.

Many people experience pain or discomfort in the knee joint. Some even end up requiring several surgeries if the knee pain is left unaddressed.Ergonomics Consultants, Office Assessments, | Solutions Northwest Inc.

Knee pain can occur when working from home because of a sedentary lifestyle, environmental change, poor office ergonomics, or job stress.

This guide from the ergonomics experts at Solutions Northwest Inc., explains the causes of knee pain at work and how you can reduce symptoms. Keep reading to learn how you can prevent knee pain.

What Causes Knee Pain While Working?

Knee pain can happen to anyone at any age. Usually, knee pain is a result of lifestyle habits more so than a genetic predisposition. This is good news because it means with empowered decisions you can reduce, reverse, or prevent your knee pain.

Below are some common causes of knee pain:

  • Intense exercise or overexercising
  • Running “runner’s knee”
  • Unaddressed injuries
  • Being overweight
  • Poor workplace ergonomics
  • Bending your knees too often/for prolonged periods
  • Placing heavy weight on your knees 
  • Crossing your legs for extended periods of time

One or a combination of these factors can cause your knee pain, below are five knee pain solutions to prevent knee pain.

Ergonomics Consultants, Office Assessments, | Solutions Northwest Inc.1. Set Up Your Workstation Ergonomically

Since you spend about a third of your day at your workstation, how you sit while working from home has a huge influence on your knee pain. Keeping your knees bent for extended periods of time is not good. Make sure to stretch frequently or consider a standing desk.

Setting up a workstation with proper ergonomics can be a daunting task. Most workplace managers or human resource managers will hire an Ergonomics Consultant to design their employees’ workstations, whether in-office or remote. Contact your management today to see if this is something they offer. Or consider a virtual ergonomics assessment, which can be affordable enough to invest in for remote workers.

2. Strengthen Your Hips and Glutes

When the muscles surrounding the knees are weak, it puts all of the pressure of your body weight on the knees. Work on strengthening your hips and glutes with strength training twice a week. Doing so will build the surrounding muscles to protect your knees.

3. Improve Your Posture

Posture impacts everything from your vagus nerve to your knee health. It’s often overlooked.

The mid-day slump is a common cause of chronic pain for desk workers. Be mindful of your posture at all times.

Your feet should evenly touch the floor and your screen should be at eye level. Your shoulders should be relaxed on your armrests throughout your workday. Poor posture, if not addressed, will also strain the neck, back, arms, and legs.

Related article: “4 Tips to Improve Your Posture at Work

4. Move Every Hour or Half Hour

Even if you’re sitting in the best position with the best posture, your knees “lock” into a position. This is never good for them. Keep things fluid by taking 250 steps every hour (about 2 minutes of walking).

Consider setting a timer on your phone to remind you to take a break.

Related article: “5 Reasons Work Breaks Boost Productivity

5. Incorporate Self-Care

The workday puts a lot of stress on the body. Make sure to incorporate self-care into each work week. Go for walks, swim, get a massage, or try knee acupuncture.

Use Proper Ergonomics to Design Your Home Office Setup

Remote work is a luxury to be enjoyed. If you feel that working from home has worsened your knee pain, take charge.

Speak with your office manager or human resources manager and ask them to schedule an ergonomics assessment for your workstation.

You may also consider a virtual ergonomics consultation where a professional ergonomics consultant will advise you on simple changes that can prevent knee pain (all you need is access to e-mail or a smart phone). They’ll also address any other issues such as neck pain or carpal tunnel. Once your workstation is comfortable, you will likely find yourself working not only pain free, but in a timelier and more productive manner!

If you or your remote employees need to design an ergonomic home workspace, contact the ergonomics experts at Solutions Northwest Inc. for more information.

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

Pros and Cons of Using an Exercise Ball for Desk Work

Pros and Cons of Using an Exercise Ball for Desk Work

Pros and Cons of Using an Exercise Ball for Desk Work

“The average office worker sits a shocking 15 hours every single day. And people who have long commutes, even more.”  – Forbes

For many American workers, their job requires them to sit at a desk and work on a computer. Whether an employee is working in an office setting or working remotely, it is not uncommon to have experienced discomfort or pain while sitting at a desk for prolonged periods of time.

It doesn’t help matters that the American Heart Association claims that prolonged  “sedentary time — even among physically active people — may be associated with an increased risk of heart disease, diabetes and more.”

Remote Worker Ergonomics AssessmentIf sitting at your desk all day is uncomfortable and even unhealthy, is sitting on an exercise ball the answer? Read on to discover whether it is a good idea to use an exercise ball while working.

You may have noticed a trend of people using exercise balls, also known as stability balls or balance balls, as a chair for their desk. The claim is that using an exercise ball helps strengthen one’s core muscles and allows for more body movement while doing desk work.

Sitting on an exercise ball sounds like a fun idea in general. After all, who wouldn’t enjoy having a bouncy ball as a chair? Also, having a stability ball close by could encourage you to use it for exercise when you want to take an active work break.

While merely sitting on an exercise ball is not quite the same as using it for a strenuous workout, science does show that it can engage your core muscles.

However, VeryWellFit.com points out that “while one analysis found that this form of active sitting engages the core muscles, others found no difference in how the core is used between an exercise ball and a regular desk chair.”

The cons of using an exercise ball as a chair.

As fun as it sounds to sit on a giant ball while working, you may find it difficult to maintain proper ergonomics when using an exercise ball as a chair. For example, the exercise ball will often be too large or small for you to properly sit at your desk and view your monitor or reach your mouse and keyboard. An exercise ball does not have the same kind of adjustable height levels that you would find in a typical office chair.

Furthermore, while a stability ball may be an exercise tool, you will still be sitting for a prolonged period of time, which will likely still lead to pain and discomfort. According to one study on the use of stability balls as chairs, “a high number of participants reported pain with use of the stability ball alone and stability ball chair, 42% and 45%, respectively.”

People often start to slouch and develop back pain when they are working long hours and have no back support. Obviously, a ball does not have back support.

The other thing to consider is safety. Ergonomic chairs are designed to reduce the risk of injury. There have been slip and fall accidents when people have been using balls as desk chairs. All it takes to fall is the ball to slide out from under you or for it to burst.

What is the final verdict on exercise balls as chairs? Are there alternatives?

If you already own an exercise ball, it’s best to use it for exercise. When you sit at your desk, it should be in an ergonomic chair with proper ergonomics.

Proper ergonomics while working should always be your top priority. Improper ergonomics may lead to discomfort, musculoskeletal disorders (like carpal tunnel syndrome or tension neck syndrome), neck pain, back pain, and less productivity while working.

You may want to consider alternative ideas, like purchasing a sit-stand desk to add variety to your workday. Check out our blog about Sitting vs Standing Up while working for some good ideas on how to avoid pain while working a desk job.

Ultimately, you should find a balance that rests your body, keeps you moving, and allows for breaks when needed. For example, if you are mostly sitting down, stand and move for a couple of minutes every half an hour. If you are always on your feet, change positions every 20 to 30 minutes and make sure to sit down for a few minutes and rest.

By researching the best chairs to sit on at work, you have already taken a step in the right direction.

Try standing at your desk and using an office chair the rest of the day. Always remember to take breaks and adjust your sitting habits throughout the day.

When it comes to creating a pain free workspace for yourself, knowledge is key. At Solutions Northwest Inc., we recommend consulting with an ergonomics consultant to setup your workstation. Proper ergonomics will lead to less injury and pain while working, as well as make you more productive and efficient at work.

If you are a remote worker, we must recommend Solutions Northwest’s $50 Virtual Ergonomics Assessment that allows you to speak with an ergonomics consultant over e-mail, phone, or video call to customize your workstation specifically for your needs.

As always, please browse our ergonomics blog for more advice about safety and comfort in the workplace.

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, San Diego, CA, Carlsbad, CA, La Jolla, CA, Irvine, CA, Costa Mesa, CA, Newport Beach, CA.

 

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

3 DIY Ergonomics Tips for Remote Workers

3 DIY Ergonomics Tips for Remote Workers

3 DIY Ergonomics Tips for Home Office Remote Workers

If you or your employees are working remotely, be sure they are working comfortably, pain-free, and efficiently with these DIY Tips.

Of course, as ergonomics experts, we recommend consulting with your local ergonomics company for best results. In fact, we must recommend Solutions Northwest’s $50 Virtual Ergonomics Assessment that allows you to speak with an ergonomics consultant over e-mail, phone, or video call to setup your workstation.

There are many tips and recommendations to cover in order to make sure your workstation ergonomically sound. For now, check out these 3 do-it-yourself solutions for working from home.

1. Make sure your laptop screen is at the proper, ergonomic height.Remote Worker Ergonomics Assessment

Ideally, your laptop screen should be centered directly in front of you. This way, you can sit in your chair and look straight forward. Otherwise, you will strain your neck and back as you twist to the right or left to look at the screen.

A laptop stand is great to get your screen height adjusted, but you can do it yourself with a stack of books, a waste basket, that empty amazon box, or even a stack of paper. Additionally, you can raise your seating position by sitting on a pillow, towels, or folded blankets.

Be sure to consult our guide on the perfect monitor height here: https://www.solutionsnw.com/2019/10/28/the-ergonomic-way-to-sit-at-your-desk-and-view-your-monitor/

2. Do-it-yourself keyboard and mouse tray.

Your monitor should be 18-24 inches away from you. Sit back in your chair and reach out toward your monitor – it should be about an arm’s length away.

If your monitor is too close, try using a desk with a drawer. Having a desk drawer is great because you can simply put a board on the drawer and use it for a mouse and keyboard tray.

Having a tray like this will allow you stay a proper distance from your monitor and with proper posture.

3. Need to take a break from sitting? Try this Do-it-Yourself Standing Desk idea.

You should always take a break and adjust your position every 20-30 minutes. Mixing standing and sitting into your work is a great way to relieve stress on your body. If you’re working remotely for the first time, chances are that you don’t have a standing desk.

A creative way to make yourself a standing desk is to use an ironing board either on the floor, a counter-top, or a table. Decide what is best for you depending on your height.

You want the top of the ironing table surface to be a half-inch to an inch below your standing elbow height. Standing elbow height is measured when the arms are bent at a right angle from the floor to the bottom of the elbow.

Obviously, a keyboard and a laptop stand won’t fit on an ironing board, so you should only do this in short durations to take a break from sitting. If you want to do this for longer periods, consider using boxes or books on a counter and plugging a keyboard and mouse into your laptop.

In conclusion, take ergonomics seriously while working remotely or from home.

All the solutions offered here are do-it-yourself solutions, but there are plenty of items you can purchase online as well. For example, you can look for an ergonomics keyboard and mouse or purchase a sit-stand laptop stand.

Additionally, we must recommend Solutions Northwest’s $50 Virtual Ergonomics Assessment that allows you to speak with an ergonomics consultant over e-mail, phone, or video call to customize your workstation specifically for your needs.

As always, please browse our ergonomics blog for more advice about safety and comfort in the workplace.

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, San Diego, CA, Carlsbad, CA, La Jolla, CA, Irvine, CA, Costa Mesa, CA, Newport Beach, CA.

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

3 Reasons Every Remote Worker Needs a Remote Ergonomics Assessment

3 Reasons Every Remote Worker Needs a Remote Ergonomics Assessment

3 Reasons Every Remote Worker Needs a Remote Ergonomics Assessment

“Nearly one-third of newly remote workers say that working from home has negatively affected their productivity, compared with only 13% of experienced remote workers.” – SlackHQ

With Americans working from home for the first time, many are discovering that their workstation is not ideal. It is important that business owners and companies provide a proper ergonomics assessment for their remote workers to keep workers injury free, efficient, and happy.

Remote Worker Ergonomics AssessmentHere are a few reasons every remote worker should have a remote ergonomics assessment for their workstation.

1. Technology makes a Virtual Ergonomics Assessment simple.

In our modern world, nearly every American owns a smart phone. A smart phone allows remote workers to use voice, video, and pictures to help give an ergonomics consultant a clear idea of their workstation needs. With easy communication at our finger tips, not only will it be convenient, but your assessment will be quick and accurate.

2. Remote Ergonomics Assessments are cheaper than usual.

Due to the overall convenience of a remote assessment, the cost of a remote ergonomics assessment is very affordable. Right now, companies like Solutions Northwest Inc. are providing low cost solutions for remote workers, charging as low as $50 for a virtual ergonomics assessment.

It makes sense to invest a small amount of money in employee health and productivity while they are working from home. The knowledge they will learn is something they can take with them in the future, as well

3. Proper ergonomics should always be a priority for every worker.

A professional ergonomics evaluation may be even more important for remote workers than office workers. Most office spaces have already invested in ergonomics equipment for their workers, but many remote workers are left on their own when working from home.

Proper ergonomics allows workers to work faster, healthier, and happier. A happy employee is always a better employee.

Conversely, if a remote worker is using a poorly set up workstation, they may end up suffering from musculoskeletal disorders like carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, muscle strain, ligament sprain, tension neck syndrome, DeQuervain’s syndrome, and many more. Improper ergonomics will also lead to less productivity and make it harder to work from home.

Contact an Ergonomics Consultant and have your workstation evaluated today!

Now, more than ever, companies should be taking care of their remote workers.
Ergonomics consultants provide their services to companies that take the health and productivity of their employees seriously. With a low cost and high reward – there is no reason not to have a remote ergonomics assessment performed for your employees at their remote workstations.

If you have any questions about proper ergonomics,  contact us  at SolutionsNW.com and we will be happy to help you.

Take a look at our $50 Virtual Ergonomics Assessment that allows you to speak with an ergonomics consultant over e-mail, phone, or video call to customize your workstation specifically for your needs.

As always, please browse our ergonomics blog for more advice about safety and comfort in the workplace.

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, San Diego, CA, Carlsbad, CA, La Jolla, CA, Irvine, CA, Costa Mesa, CA, Newport Beach, CA.

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

How to Find the Right Ergonomics Consultant Services

How to Find the Right Ergonomics Consultant Services

How to Find the Right Ergonomics Consultant Company

Workplace efficiency issues are a major bane of a lot of businesses, large and small. Not only does it slow down your workforce, but it can ruin your reputation as an employer.

Remote Worker Ergonomics AssessmentFinding an ergonomics consultant can be a great fix to this problem. Improving your workplace efficiency can save you a lot of time, money, and worry.

What makes a good ergonomics consultant or ergonomics company? What do you need to do to find the right one for your business? Let’s go over the basics.

What should your business look for in an ergonomics consultant?

Ergonomics is the breakdown of what makes a workplace (or home office) efficient and comfortable. With it, you can figure the strongest routes for employees to get the job done with as little stress and problems as possible.

It may sound easy, but hammering out all of this requires a professional consultant that knows how to evaluate a workplace or even home office. One trick that works for one business may not work for you.

Keep these 2 items in mind while you look for an ergonomics consultant for your business:

1. Research your ergonomics consultant’s experience and expertise.

Two major things define any professional, their experience and their expertise.

With their experience, a lot of that comes with time. How many other businesses have they worked with? How many satisfied customers do they have?

Expertise is how well they know their industry. Degrees are a good start, but a showcase of keeping up with industry trends is even better. Things change with time, so all professionals need to change with them.

2. Discuss budget and approach to ergonomics.

How much you may need to invest in an ergonomic consultant is up to you.

The importance here is that they are open and ready to talk with you about your budget. The more they want to work with you, the more they can adapt to your needs.

Understand that an ergonomics assessment for your workstation is an investment in your business and employees. Even if you can lower work injury claims in your company by a small percentage, you can increase your profitability on a yearly basis by a large margin.

Remember, happy and comfortable workers are better workers!

In conclusion, be actively involved in the hiring of your Ergonomics Consultant.

The best ergonomics consultant may not be the best one for another business. Each business is unique and so are their needs. With this guide, though, you will have the right idea to look for the ergonomic consultant for you!

If you are near San Diego or near Southern California – contact the ergonomics experts at Solutions Northwest Inc. to evaluate your workstation.

Check out the rest of our ergonomics blog for more advice about safety and comfort in the workplace.

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, San Diego, CA, Carlsbad, CA, La Jolla, CA, Irvine, CA, Costa Mesa, CA, Newport Beach, CA.

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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