A good ergonomically work environment can reduce the risk of aches in arms, neck, shoulders and back.
When working at a workstation many hours a day, it is important that it is properly designed. BAR Kontor has prepared a branch-related guidelines on work by screens at office workstations, which deals with the importance of varying work posture and organise the workplace logically, to achieve and maintain a good work environment at the screen.
AU HR has developed a quickguide for the office workplace, which you can print and hang up on your bulletin board.
The School has some aids that you as an employee can borrow for a shorter or longer period of time. To find out which aids are avaliable, please contact your local Occupational Health and Safety representative