Aaron Miller

workstations

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Don’t forget the outliers in office ergonomics

In many workplaces, multiple workers share the same desk or standing work counter. However, not all people are of equal size.
office chair

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Task chair retains throne as a staple of the office

To select the right office chair for an organization, consider price, user testing, and aesthetics.
hand strain

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Getting a grip on hand strain and related injuries

Laboratories are common in Canada, reaching from the viniculture industry to universities, pharmaceutical and petro chemical sectors. For lab techs, there are many occupational hazards,
standing desks

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Standing desks raise student participation

A landmark study found that standing desks raised student participation in elementary schools, as classrooms apply lessons from office environments.
text neck

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Troubleshoot ‘text neck’ in the virtual workplace

'Text neck' describes the excessive strain on the head, neck and shoulders caused by looking down at handheld devices. Protect employees with these tips.
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Canadian Facility Management & Design

Extending office ergonomics to remote workers

How can organizations promote office ergonomics to employees working from home? Professional ergonomic consultant Aaron Miller explains.
ergonomic

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Ergonomic workstation guidelines

Taking an ergonomic approach to setting up a workstation simply involves looking at how each employee works. The two main areas to focus on are the office chair and work surface/desk.
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Canadian Facility Management & Design

Ergonomics in open concept offices

As workspace design evolves, what new ergonomic concerns are emerging? Certified professional ergonomist Aaron Miller offers his expert opinion.
REMI

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Rise up

Studies examining the effectiveness of implementing ceiling lifts have found decreases in injury rates, decreases in workers’ compensation claims, perceived decreases in the risk of injury and improved morale with a decrease in absenteeism.
REMI

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LEEDing the way with ergonomics

The USGBC has introduced an ergonomics pilot credit that promotes the creation of spaces and buildings that support occupant health and performance and have lower operational costs.