Ergonomic Consultants goal is reducing workplace injury. The ergonomist does this by arranging business furniture and peripherals using proven guidelines. By doing so, employees stay on task, engaged and comfortable.
I am told the office chair is the most important piece of furniture to reduce workplace injury. In fact, Brad Hutchins who is the Performance Manager at Briotix states: “A properly fitting task chair is essential for today’s office environment. For proper fit, the back support should be able to be adjusted to support the lordotic curve of the lumbar spine and have a seat pan that can provide support just shy of touching the lower leg when sitting back in the chair.”
In comes the Office Master Paramount PT line of chairs specifically designed to assist the in achieving the proper set-up, making it a favorite among ergonomists. Office Master has done a great job in naming the chairs as each chair has all the ergonomic functions needed to achieve the proper fit. The Office Master Paramount PT 69 is designed for the petite, the Paramount PT 74 is for the person is as tall as 5’ 5,” Paramount PT 78 is their 80% chair meaning it will fit most individuals, and the Paramount PTYM is for the tall person usually having to be taller than 6’ 2.” The most popular item that separates these chairs from each other is the seat pan.
By giving each size and option and particular name, ergonomic consultants are able to determine the proper chair for the employee and those details are easily transferred to the business furniture buyer. And thus, when communicating with companies everything becomes a bit easier.
Perfect Fit Ergonomics, wants to help all client’s employees receive the perfect fit. Therefore, demos of the entire line of Office Master Paramount PT line of chairs as well as the other brands carried such as Humanscale, RFM Seating, Sitmatic, and ErgoCentric available at clients’ places of business.
by Joe Oliveri, Co-Founder of Perfect Fit Ergonomics.
When Joe is not helping promote ergonomics in the business setting, he can be found at Santa Monica College teaching business courses. He is also a member of ASSE and volunteer’s as the Communication Chair for the Valley Coastal Chapter.