Our Core Ergonomic Services & Products

  • Office

    Employees at non-adjustable workstations were found to generate 20 times the workers compensation costs of employees at user-adjustable workstations with
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  • Laboratory

    Did you know that increasing your employees' comfort will result in 2-10% increase in productivity? At 2%, that's a full
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  • Industry / Trades

    What will YOUR ROI be? Aresearch review of 250 case studies, across many industries, found a return of $45.50 for
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  • Fire / EMS

    Many firefighter injuries occur in, on, or around the apparatus. We provide a range of injury prevention and ergonomic services
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ErgoTips

Wrist / Palm Rests

Are you using your wrist rest correctly? 

If you have a wrist rest, your hands should move freely and be elevated above the wrist/palm rest when keying. When resting, the pad should contact the heel or palm of your hands, not your wrists.

With these principles in mind, you will improve the health of your hands, wrists, and arms!

Testimonials

Phoenix Fire Department

"Over the past year I have worked on several projects with Deborah involving functional training, injury prevention, ergonomics, and group exercise for firefighters. Her expertise, enthusiasm and presentation skills have made her classes a favorite among firefighters and helped reduce injuries in the fire service. As an adjunct professor for Glendale Community College and as a Division Chief for the Phoenix Fire Department I evaluate many instructors for their ability to induce learning and change behaviors. In my opinion, Deborah is an excellent instructor with impeccable qualifications (i.e. education, application, and organization).” — Scott Peltin, Division Chief of the Phoenix Fire Department, and original member of the IAFF/IAFC Wellness Fitness Initiative Committee