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People working long hours at the computer are bound to develop all sorts of aches and pains sooner or later. Show your staff you care about their well-being by making sure they’re trained on posture,. But also make sure they’re equipped with the right furniture, especially the right desks and chairs, and that they can count on professional back supports to help them through their work day. Read More

Back supports can prevent a very common problem...

If you care about your employees' health and well-being—and we know you do—there are quite a number of things you need to watch out for. One of the first things you need to consider is to create and maintain a proper work environment by making sure your employees have the tools to do their work properly and safely. Then, you need to ensure they have the right training to do the job without putting their physical well-being at risk.

In the office environment, one of the most common risks is that associated with working long hours in the same position, most often sitting in at a desk in front of a computer. The best thing you can do for your staff is to make sure they're equipped with the right office furniture, especially the right desks and chairs, and that they are trained on posture and know they need to take frequent breaks.

Lumbar support is key to good posture

People who are prone to back pain—or want to avert it—will greatly appreciate what back supports can do for them, because they can definitely be a life-changer when you're working in back-challenging positions day in and day out.

One such example is Infraredcare's lumbar support brace that's made with ventilated Neoprene. Its double pull mechanism provides the compression you need, while allowing for heat retention and comfort. The extra strength elastic strap adds the level of stability and support that will take you through the day.

This and other such support braces are recommended for Sciatica, Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction, (PIVD) Prolapsed Inter Vertebral Disc, Spinal Stenosis, Degenerated Disc Disease, Facet Syndrome and Lumbago. These braces are equally efficient for people who work in sitting or standing position.

Another interesting lineup of products that can help people who work long hours at a computer desk get through the day is the ingenious series of office chair back supports provided by the Fellowes company: their products can turn any office chair into ergonomic seating. Made of memory foam, this cushion fits on any office chair and adjusts to your back to provide the perfect level of support. You can use them to add comfort to chairs of varying shapes and sizes.

A breeze to set up

The Fellowes Professional Series back support is designed to promote good posture by supporting the lower back with three memory foam sections. It helps you to sit properly, thereby relieving the strain associated with long hours at the computer. The back support's memory foam adjusts to the user's body weight and shape to provide just the right amount of support.

The smart-looking support cushion is easy to set up: all you need to do is to position the support cushion comfortably and clip the straps into place. Their Tri-Tachment system allows the cushion to stay in place indefinitely, and the straps are adjustable for just the right fit.

Proper seating is where it's at

It's no secret that quality seating of the right type is paramount to help your people get through the day in the office environment. Professionals working on collaborative design projects of various kinds will be happier and more productive if they're sitting on one of the fine Belnik ergonomic drafting stools, for example. And whether they need tall or regular-sized seating, everyone will appreciate using one of the fine models of mesh chairs that we've selected for you.