Computer usage in the professional world is changing rapidly. With innovations in workplace equipment and economic pressure on companies to consolidate office space, employees now work at kitchen tables, on airplanes, with sit-stand desks, and in unassigned or shared spaces. Some of these changes are positive for work-life balance, but they can create headaches for EHS professionals. When you can’t predict your employees’ setup, creating a relevant ergonomics program can be challenging. However, technology can help overcome the challenges of keeping employees safe while working in flexible workplaces.
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