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Four Things You Should Consider when Choosing Technical Furniture

Posted by Kathleen Babcook on Sep 4, 2014 12:05:49 PM

TechnicalFurnitureXybixToday, too many of us are strapped to our desks and glued to our computer monitors and keyboards, especially, for the long hours required by most of our jobs in the fields of public safety, security facilities and operations control rooms which can operate 24/7.

We might ask ourselves, “Isn’t there another option?” With the recent advancements in technical furniture and ergonomic workstations, the answer is "yes!" Why should managers, directors and supervisors care? Because improper ergonomic positioning can result in work-related injuries and decrease performance and productivity. 

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Topics: Technical Furniture, Health, Security Console Furniture, Ergonomics, Dispatch Consoles

Technical Furniture vs. Office Furniture

Posted by Marty Ragusky on May 5, 2014 4:09:56 PM

Office_Furniture_Vs_Technical_FurnitureOne of the most confusing aspects of the custom workplace furniture industry is explaining, clarifying and differentiating between technical/systems furniture and run-of-the-mill office furniture. In truth, they only have one thing in common: providing a place to hold the tools necessary to perform one’s work duties and get the job done. Other than that, they couldn’t be more different. Read on for three traits that distinguish technical furniture from your everyday office furniture.

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Topics: Technical Furniture, Buying

A Step by Step Guide to Setting Up Your Height Adjustable Workstation

Posted by Andy Reetz on Feb 25, 2014 3:50:00 PM

XybixHeightAdjustableWorkstationsBy now, most of you have heard about the health risks of sitting for extended periods of time. A height adjustable workstation or desk will give you the most flexibility, because it allows you to move easily between sitting and standing. So, the next logical question you might ask is 'how do you know what height to adjust your desk to?' A standing desk won’t do a whole lot of good, if you’re hunched over the keyboard to type or craning your neck to read your email. When setting up a height adjustable workstation, there are two positions you want to consider; seated and standing. Both are specific to each individual who uses the workstation.

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Topics: Technical Furniture, Height Adjustable Workstations, Ergonomics, QUICK TIPS, Command Center Console Furniture, Call Center Furniture, Dispatch Consoles

Security Consoles: Making Steps Toward Updating

Posted by Kathleen Babcook on Oct 18, 2013 3:45:00 PM

Out with the 'Old' and in with the 'New'Old vs New Xybix

Sitting at your desk, looking at computer monitors or having a job that requires sitting for extended periods of time, can cause a great deal of physical stress on your body. Unfortunately, this type of sedentary work is all too common in industries such as 911 dispatch, security, public safety and more.  

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Topics: Technical Furniture, Health, Height Adjustable Workstations, Security Console Furniture, Ergonomics, Dispatch Consoles

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