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Ergonomics is the science of fitting the job to the worker When there is a mismatch between the physical requirements of the job and the physical capacity of the worker work-related musculoskeletal disorders WMSDs can result Workers who must repeat the same motion throughout their workday work in an awkward position use a great deal of force to perform repeatedly lift heavy objects or face a combination of these risk factors are most likely to develop WMSDs In this report I will outline the main factors in having a safe workstationThere are certain ways in which you may choose an ergonomically correct chair Does the seat feel comfortable and fit you shape When you sit in the chair the seat should be at least one inch wider than your hips and thighs on either side The seat should not be too long for your legs otherwise it will catch you behind the knees or it will prevent you from leaning fully back Most ergonomic chairs have a seat with a front that prevents the seat from catching you behind the knees The seat should also be contoured to allow even weight distribution and it should be comfortable to sit on Is the seat chair height adjustable The chair should be adjustable so that you can adjust seat height while you are sitting on the chair Some chairs have a mechanical height adjustment spinning mechanism Does the chair have a comfortable lower back rest Many chairs have cushioned lower back supports that can be adjusted up and down and forwards and backwards to fit your shape If the chair has a fixed height lower back support and it feels comfortable when you sit back against this then a fixed lower back support may be acceptable When you sit back against the lower back support is there space for hips Insufficient hip room can make you sit too far forwards on the seat so that you will
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