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Workspace Ergonomics


Workspace ergonomics is defined as the science of designing a workspace, keeping in mind the capabilities and limitations of the worker. Poor workspace design could lead to a costly injury, lower productivity and poor product quality.

Incorporating workspace ergonomics provides workers with a job that is within their body’s capabilities and limitations which eventually translates to the company’s bottom line. Done well, an ergonomic workspace can be a key contributor to a company’s competitiveness in the marketplace and provide a better work experience for its workforce.


Businesses today need to make a conscious call- either to spend on heavy and recurring workforce training costs or on the right workspace systems which can maximize the work performance. Furnace products are designed to integrate the principles of workspace design and human physical demands to ensure a balance between well-being, convenience, and efficiency of the workforce.

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