The benefits of ergonomic products
Reduce pain, prevent repetitive strain injuries and work more efficiently
With an ergonomic mouse, not only can you reduce pain and the effects of any repetitive strain injuries, but you can also prevent them. Therefore, even if you have not yet experienced mouse-related pain, it’s a good idea to use an ergonomic mouse as you are less likely to incur serious injuries, such as carpal tunnel syndrome, trigger finger, tennis elbow and other conditions caused by repeatedly clicking a mouse and one-sided repetitive work. You can then avoid taking a lot of sick leave as well as the considerable expense of getting massages and visiting a physiotherapist.
You can read more about how to avoid pain here
Prevent sick leave in the workplace
An estimated 6.6 million working days were lost due to work related musculoskeletal disorders (MSD’s), an average of 14 days lost for each case. MSD’s represent 24% of all days lost due to work-related ill health in Great Britain in 2017/18. A lot of sick leave can be avoided if companies work with health-promoting and preventive measures, such as ergonomic products. There is no doubt that ergonomics is a beneficial focus area, and an ergonomic mouse can cost about the same as or less than one day of absence, depending on the one you choose.
Source: HSE report
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