Ergonomics for DESIGNERS of work chairs

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May I be so bold as to suggest that….

  • The comment of Kenichi Ohmae (above) is apposite. ☛ Various chairs→
  • You must not be  misled by ‘comfort’, that treacherous guide  which only turns up truthfully when the bio-mechanics (ergonomics) are fully correct.  See ☛ Comfort→
  •  Remediating the ergonomics is more important. Comfort is improved the nearer a full remediation  is approached.  Full remediation = maximum comfort.
  • The correct search should be for the Hippocratic “Do no harm”.
  • This can only be achieved by an understanding of the  biomechanics. It is hoped that this work may provide you with this, a resource describing the requirements for safe design. By incorporating the points made in this work,  comfort and ergonomics of both the simplest and most advanced ‘ergonomic’ chairs  should be improved .
  •  Ergonomic chair design seems to have come to the end of the road without huge success in avoiding LBP.
  • A new fix is in order and can be effected by the 2T concept.   A ‘paradigm change’?
  • Bio-mechanic adverse designs can be avoided.Screen Shot 2016-01-14 at 18.19.39
  • There is now no excuse for poorly designed chairs and the conventional mis-advice that is perpetuated.
  • Some selling points to manufacturers and architects are added if required.