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

nt and cushioned, adjustable armrests. Components also include a seat that allows for even weight distribution, along with a five-legged pedestal base. All of these elements create an ideal seating option to improve worker well-being and productivity.

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