Transformative Workstations Designed to Move With You
Transformation is about fit and movement
Workplace ergonomics is about fitting the environment to the uniqueness of each human body, and that includes allowing for movement. The better the fit and the more movement allowed, the more transformative the environment. Users of our workstations report experiencing less eye strain and physical stress. Tasks became easier and productivity was optimized.
Customization is standard with us
Whether one workstation is needed or an entire reading room environment, customization is nearly limitless. Possiblities include:
  • Workstation shapes, sizes, and surface colors
  • Unique configurations to meet space requirements and/or heavy duty displays
  • Floating work surfaces that intuitively keep your body aligned when ultra-wide monitor arrays are used
  • Dimmable ambient lighting to reduce eye strain and fatigue, and improve visual acuity
  • Accessories to enhance productivity and reduce workspace clutter and distractions
  • Peripherals to further optimize space, help organize, and improve workflow
  • Acoustic solutions and environment partitions to reduce distractions
After installation, users can intuitively and effortlessly make macro and micro adjustments to mitigate their unique ergonomic stressors and create a more comfortable place in which to work
"As someone who often reads remotely, having an ergonomic PACS workstation in my home office helps me remain productive and focused throughout the day and has helped me learn good ergonomic workplace habits that reduce the risk of repetitive stress injuries.”
Elizabeth Calzonetti MD FRCP, Staff Radiologist Joseph Brant Hospital —
"The new reading room creates an environment that allows radiologists' expertise to be conveyed effectively without the fatigue often caused by repeated and unintended interruptions. Efficient clinical staff interactions are facilitating more ad-hoc collaborations with clinical specialists and increasing camaraderie between physicians to the benefit of clinical care."
Dr. George S. Bisset, Radiologist-In-Chief, Texas Children's Hospital —
“All the pieces work together; the room is welcoming to those who need to collaborate in person, while the radiologists who work in it can be assured the ergonomic design will help reduce repetitive stress injuries.”
Dr. Kavita Dhamanaskar, MBBS, FRCPC, Medical Director CIBC Breast Assessment Centre, Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre —
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