• Ergonomics

5 Ways to make your workspace more Ergonomic!

Ergonomics can be applied in a variety of ways to an office space to maximise your productivity and wellbeing. By implementing an ergonomic work environment, it will make you feel more comfortable at work, lower stress levels, and reduce pain caused by awkward sitting positions.

You may already be familiar with the importance of having a  ‘good working posture’ and that too much sitting can be unhealthy. However, do you know how to set up a computer workstation to reduce the chance of pain and injury?

In fact, there are many benefits of applying ergonomics to your office and work space! For example, these may include:

  • Improved concentration
  • Reduced pain relief
  • Improved circulation
  • Proper support
  • Reduced pressure.

Overall, the use of ergonomics is an important step in preventing health problems when working in a seated position!

We have the top 5 ways to implement ergonomics into your office space!

How do ergonomics in an office space help a medical transcriptionist?

As a medical transcriptionist, you have the option to work from home or work on-site. As both work environments will require you to be seated, implementing ergonomics into your work space is important to maximise your comfort and productivity when transcribing.

When working from home, you have the luxury to choose your own hours and take frequent breaks. This is important if you are unable to sit for long periods of time. Not only will an ergonomically office set up make it easier for you to get up for these breaks, but it will support your body when seated and make you less sore in the process. As a result, this allows you to get the most out of your work day!

How can I get started?

At TalentMed, we know ergonomics are important to implement when working from home as a medical transcriptionist! Also, as medical transcription is a primarily online occupation, you have the flexibility to work from home and choose your own work hours. Therefore, our Diploma of Healthcare Documentation could be the perfect opportunity for you!

If you would like more information on how you can start your career to become a medical transcriptionist check out our Ultimate Guide, or you can register for a free consultation with one of our Career Advisers below!

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About the Author:

Sarah-Louise Slade
Sarah-Louise is a Career Adviser with over 5 years experience in Vocational Education and Training. Having completed a Bachelor of Business majoring in Human Resource Management, Sarah-Louise understands the importance of having a quality education. Feel free to comment and ask questions below.

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