Employers are getting the message when it comes to ergonomic changes that make manufacturing and construction work less hazardous. But what about the millions of workers who toil in offices, cubicles or spend a lot of time doing their job behind a computer. They have ergonomic concerns as well. Some of the same issues faced in manufacturing are in an office environment. Many of these concerns have recently been addressed and resulted in things that workers can do to counter-act some ergonomic issues
1.) Stand up and lift on the balls of the feet and toes.
2.) From a standing position, bend over and let head and arms dangle toward the floor to stretch the lower back.
3.) Do arm curls with a stapler or other small desk object.
4.) Roll the head clockwise and counter-clockwise to exercise head and shoulders.
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