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Unformatted text preview: • Feet are fully supported by floor or footrest. • Back is fully supported with appropriate lumbar support when sitting vertical or leaning back slightly. • Thighs and hips are supported by a well-padded seat and generally parallel to the floor. • Knees are about the same height as the hips with the feet slightly forward. Regardless of how good your working posture is, working in the same posture or sitting still for prolonged periods is not healthy. You should change your working position frequently throughout the day in the following ways: • Make small adjustments to your chair or backrest. • Stretch your fingers, hands, arms, and torso. • Stand up and walk around for a few minutes periodically. These four reference postures are examples of body posture changes that all provide neutral positioning for the body....
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- Spring '10
- MSD, 120 degrees, Human position, neutral body positioning