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Ergonomics resources

Office ergonomics: Computer settings

Fitting in movement and stretch prompters*

*Follow up with your healthcare provider for the right stretches for you; use the prompters to remind you.

Commuting ergonomics

Adjusting your environment to fit you is important not only in the office, but also while you are commuting. See the following links for tips about driving, biking and laptop ergonomics.

Ergo fund

The goal of the HR Ergo Pilot Fund is to support the University’s effort to reduce the risk of musculoskeletal injuries (MSI) by providing one-time funding for equipment purchases or space optimization solutions that mitigate MSI risk.  This fund is particularly intended for new and innovative solutions that have not been trialed before. This fund is noted intended to fund office related equipment. Please see below for more information and the  application form.

Smartphone ergonomics

On average, people spend approximately three hours per day on their smartphone. This adds up to 1,095 hours per year or a continuous 1.5 months! Maintaining correct postures and making health-based choices can have a significant impact on you. Check out our online resource for helpful ergonomic hints.

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