Tips and tricks
If you are an office employee, your work environment must be adapted to your specific needs and induce a good posture. Adjustments to your chair and the height of your work surface, as well as proper positioning of your computer monitor and keyboard are some of the variables that can improve your posture.
The following document was drafted by the CNESST and the CIUSSS de l’Est-de-l’Île-de-Montréal. It contains several tips for setting up a computer workstation in accordance with work ergonomics. Those solutions will help lower your risks of developing musculoskeletal lesions while greatly improving your comfort at work.