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The SFU Ergonomics Program consists of a program manual, awareness training, task and workstation assessments, consultation on purchasing furniture and equipment, and resource documents.
Click here to download the 2023 Ergonomics Program Manual.
For any ergonomics queries, please contact email@example.com.
Office Ergonomics training has been developed for all SFU employees who perform computer work. It's purpose is to inform employees of common musculoskeletal injuries, ergonomics risk factors associated with computer work, and teach them how to set up a comfortable and safe workspace.
Click here to enroll in the Canvas course
Computer Workstations Resource Documents
- Review the document: Tips and Guidelines for Workstation Set-up
- Review the document: Tips and Guidelines for the Home Office
- Review the document: Ergonomic Guide for Keyboard & Mouse Safety
- Review the document: Creative Ways to Apply Ergonomic Principles at Home
- Review the document: Increasing Movement at Work
- Review the document: Monitor & Screen Ergonomics
- Review the document: Office Ergonomics Furniture & Equipment Purchasing Guide
The WorksafeBC Regulation "Ergonomics Requirements: Part 4" requires that SFU assesses workstations and work activities.
EHRS conducts assessments and provides recommendations via email or a report if required. Supervisors are expected to follow up on recommendations.
SFU employees are strongly encouraged to complete the Office Ergonomics Training before requesting an assessment.
Prior to submitting a request for an office ergonomics assessment, please complete the Ergonomics Self-Assessment Checklist. The completed pdf can be uploaded with the webform linked below.
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