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At Canada Business Services we carry a wide variety of office furniture, including desks, cabinets, credenzas, chairs, filling cabinets, and more. No matter how big or small we can find the right furniture to make your workspace look professional and organized. Contacts us for a custom quote for your office today or come in to our show room and talk to one of our sales specialists. Click Here to Contact Us Now!
Here are some frequently asked questions to think about when picking the right furniture for your office:
Do you have to spend a lot of money?
Many people generally believe that you have to spend a lot of money when buying ergonomic office furniture. This belief is not necessarily true. With a little effort and preparation, you can make a wise investment that will pay back health dividends in the future. However, you cannot approach this project casually. Ergonomics is not a product but a process: a process of matching furniture (including tools, workstation, equipment, and environment) to the workers (and their work tasks) to reduce the hazards for injury and discomfort without undermining productivity.
What should you know about the workers who will be using furniture?
What should you know about the job where the furniture will be placed?
Different office tasks require different equipment, different accessories and different layouts. Understanding the basics of the work carried out helps one to understand more clearly what the workers need in order to make their job better "ergonomically". Consider the nature of the tasks to be done:
• A lot of typing or very little.
• Typing combined with other desk work (e.g., taking notes, using a phone, filing)
• Using a mouse or other input devices (e.g., graphics tablet, a stylus, voice input)
Which factors of the work environment are important?
Many aspects of the work environment must be considered. You should take into account:
• Available space and office dimensions.
• Layout or arrangement of existing furniture.
• Light sources, specifically task lamps.
• Type and size of computers to be used.
• Table-mounted or floor-mounted CPUs.
• Accessories such as standalone hard drives, CD-ROM drives, DVD drives, storage devices, copy-holders, mice, graphics tablets, CAD/CAM input devices, etc.
• Interaction with co-workers.
What should you focus on when selecting office furniture?
Having made the initial assessment, you may start looking for a suitable purchase. We suggest that you focus your attention on:
• Furniture with an adjust-ability range that can fit all prospective users. Some chairs have interchangeable cylinders to accommodate very tall or short people.
• A fully adjustable chair with height-adjustable armrests.
• An adjustable desk is preferable.
• A footrest is highly recommended if you decide on a non-adjustable desk.
• Accessories, such as a copy-holder, mouse, task lamps, etc. (discuss these with staff and get their feedback as personal preferences are very important).
• Need to reach the CPU (e.g., use of memory sticks, DVDs, CD-ROMs, etc.).
If you have any other questions please don't hesitate to Contact Us and we will do everything we can to help and answer all the questions you may have.