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BioFit Promotes the Importance of Ergonomics for National Safety Month
Date:6/12/2013

Bowling Green, OH (PRWEB) June 12, 2013

June is National Safety Month and a midway point in BioFit’s yearlong resolution to increase emphasis on ergonomics to enhance workplace safety and productivity. To fulfill this resolution, BioFit is encouraging organizations to provide ergonomic seating and furnishing options for all workers. As a leader in ergonomic chair and furnishing solutions, BioFit develops products that promote a healthy and safe work environment, which can benefit any workplace setting from healthcare and education to industrial and office settings.

BioFit’s line of seating options addresses control over posture and problems associated with risk of ergonomic injuries. The ideal design helps reduce the risk of musculoskeletal disorders and repetitive motion injuries, while also encouraging greater employee productivity. BioFit’s line of durable and ergonomically correct chairs are designed to meet industry standards and now include the new bimos by BioFit collection, an innovative addition to the already high standard of BioFit ergonomic seating options.

Although there is not a single correct seating posture, a fully adjustable ergonomic chair alleviates long-term sitting problems and the consequences associated with them. “Our chairs are designed to provide posture support while also maintaining freedom of movement,” Ed Metzger, president of BioFit, says. “Having the ability to move naturally while seated not only decreases the risk of injury, but it has also been proven to increase attentiveness and productivity. BioFit solutions can benefit any work setting and can help keep workers safe while avoiding preventable injuries.”

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