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Position for Safety and Comfort Fast Facts Card

Position for Safety and Comfort Fast Facts Card

Don't be a slouch when it comes to sitting properly at work.

Format: Print
Language: English/French
Size:  10.2 cm by 22.9 cm
4 in by 9 in
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Although sitting requires less physical effort than standing or walking, it puts stress on the lumbar area. Over time, the effects of a sedentary lifestyle combined with a job that requires sitting can lead to various health problems, including musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). Learning and practicing how to sit properly can reduce stress and strain on your muscles, tendons, and skeletal system.

Distribute these cards packed with helpful reminders on how to position the body for safety and comfort, and to thereby reduce the risk of developing MSDs in the workplace. Their compact size is ideal for posting in workstations, meeting rooms, computer labs, and more.

These cards are printed double-sided, with English on one side and French on the other, on sturdy card stock with a UV coating for added durability. Note that a minimum order of 10 cards is required.

Need a larger version? Check out our full-colour poster.


Want more information?

Posters:

Position for Safety and Comfort
Tension Relief: It's a Stretch
Pick Up Tips on How to Lift Safely
Weight Lifting Tips

Publications:

Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD) Prevention Manual
Office Ergonomics Safety Guide
Office Health & Safety Guide

Courses:

Office Ergonomics
Office Health & Safety
Health & Safety for Office Managers
MusculoSkeletal Disorders (MSDs): Awareness FREE!
MusculoSkeletal Disorders (MSDs): Prevention

Key Topic Page:

Ergonomics




Date Modified: 2016-12-02 08:19:50