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The BCPE is dedicated to increasing the recognition of ergonomists by providing a clear pathway to professional certification. Certification is increasingly important in a world where expertise is ever more valuable to employers, consumers and individuals. Employers are at ease hiring a certified professional, knowing that they have a recognized baseline of knowledge and competence. In a crowded field of practitioners, BCPE certificants distinguish themselves by earning an internationally-recognized certification.


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Health & Safety teams face numerous hurdles in creating and maintaining effective office ergonomics programs – especially in today’s working world. We discuss the four best practices shared across successful ergonomics programs that have achieved an average 45 percent reduction in risk – and how technology supports each component.

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As you strive to protect employees and also increase profitability in this challenging business environment, more focus than ever is on reducing health care and workers’ compensation costs. Learn to sustain a rate of zero injuries and achieve a culture of safety throughout your entire organization.

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There’s no shortage of articles, videos and other resources offering advice on how to best work from home right now. Articles on everything from how to be more productive working from home to how to improve your ergonomics at home.

A lot of these articles, however, offer tips that many people either can’t or won’t follow.

Let’s face it, a fair portion of the current remote workforce isn’t even getting out of their pajamas during work hours, and unable to afford better desk chairs, employees may be stuck using a cheap chair, a kitchen stool or even their couch as a workstation.

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A curved, ergonomic keyboard is designed to make computing comfortable, healthy, and efficient. Also referred to as a split keyboard, contoured keyboard, sloped keyboard, or V-shaped keyboard, its use encourages a neutral wrist and forearm position. It has become a popular addition to the ergonomic workstation, adopted for helping knowledge workers avoid serious RSIs (Repetitive Strain Injuries) and MSDs (Musculoskeletal Disorders) such as carpal tunnel syndrome that can result from improper typing technique.

Our team wanted to see hard data on these benefits, so we conducted a study to capture typing speeds and postures exhibited with a curved keyboard as compared to a traditional (QWERTY layout) keyboard. We also isolated how long it takes the average employee to adapt to a curved keyboard and recorded distinct user preferences between Kensington’s Pro Fit® Ergo and its top competitor.

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