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CIEHF re-launches Mobile Working guidance

Mobile device ergonomics and addressing the potential musculoskeletal risks is the area which we are focussed on. In order to help businesses we developed a comprehensive guidance document that includes a risk assessment check sheet. The Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and...
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More and more of us are working using mobile devices that gives us great flexibility and freedom to work wherever and whenever. This flexibility comes with a tradeoff though; mobile technology often results in poor physical ergonomics, introducing a risk of pain and discomfo...
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Travelling time is valuable time

Working while we are travelling is valuable time for many of us. Often it's a bonus because we can get things done without 'losing' the time, but it comes with its own challenges, one of the main ones being trying to concentrate when the person next to you is crunching on an...
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The Superbook, ergonomics and the future

The Superbook (shown above - image from Andromium - http://getsuperbook.com) is a curious and novel device being launched on Kickstarter by Andromium. Essentially it is a laptop 'shell' which you can plug your Android phone into, and which becomes then your interface with yo...
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Youth of today - patients of tomorrow?

In any café or on any train across the country, you don't have to look far to see children peering and swiping at mobile device screens. It is hard to imagine what it must be like growing up with smartphones and tablets. They offer levels of immediate, controllable visual s...
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This infographic sets out the pros and cons of different types of mobile working arrangement, using the four main types of stand or riser currently available. It's important to choose equipment that is optimal for how you work. For example if you are doing long periods of...
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Is the detachable or 'hybrid' the future for business IT? This blog takes a closer look at their ergonomic advantages.

For a long time now, we've wrestled with the conundrum of the laptop which offers technically very capable computing, in an unfortunately un-ergonomic form. With the screen and keyboard joined, it's been a case of neck-ache, or wrist-ache, and in the long term - computer hun...
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