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New Ergonomics

At 720mm, the standard height of desks was designed to accommodate the population’s tallest men This ‘one-size-fits-all’ is not only unfit for short men, but of course unsuitable for most women. But allocating desks, whatever the size of the inhabitant, is becoming old fashioned. New ways of working increasingly brings shared workstations that have to accommodate anyone. There is also a growing body evidence in favour of altering position during the working day. This has led to many companies fitting their offices with adjustable furniture that facilitates ‘sit-stand’ working and allows people to move their desk height depending on the task in hand - and their individual size.

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