Solution: Do not cradle the phone between your shoulder and your neck, Use a speakerphone or headset. See our headset section.
Activity: Documents are flat on the work surface, too low or too high.
Solution: Copy should be positioned in-line with the keyboard and display or veryclose to either side and should be angled up for easier viewing. See our Document Holder section.
Activity: Monitor is too low or too high or is too far to the left or the right.
Solution: The user should be able to view the monitor while maintaining head, neck and back in a proper neutral posture.
Activity: Chair is too far away from the keyboard or keyboard tray (or the back of the chair is tilted too far to the back).
Solution: A chair should have proper ergonomic support and adjustment features and be properly sized for the user. Armrests on the chair should not prevent you from being able to move your chair closer to the keyboard.(Click on our Chair Section) Cradling phone between head and shoulder. You use bifocals, and you are tilting your head too far back, or you are leaning forward to view the screen. The user should be able to view the monitor while maintaining head, neck and back in a a proper neutral posture. (See our Monitor Arm Section) Use computer glasses that allow you to look straight through the glasses lens rather than needing to tilt your head back to view through the bifocal lens. If you are leaning too far forward, properly adjust the chair back and seat pad for comfort and support to allow you to view the monitor with your back, neck and head in a straight and neutral posture. (See our Chair Section)