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Workstation chair and desk specification

Workstation chair and desk specification

If a workstation assessment indicates that your standard office furniture is unsuitable for a user, our form can be used to specify the right chair and desk. When should this be used and what does it cover?

Getting started

Whilst adjustable office chairs can usually be set up to suit each employee at a standard desk, you could find that some staff are in need of slightly different equipment. The first stage is to have a workstation assessment completed by your safety advisor or someone who has been trained in the subject.

If the assessor confirms that a more bespoke approach is required they can use our Workstation Chair and Desk Specification Form to analyse what’s needed. It will help them to document all the relevant factors and ensure that the correct equipment is obtained.

An additional benefit of the form is that it contains the data which you would need to provide to an ergonomic chair supplier. This means that if the assessor completes the information at their initial review, they’re already prepared to make the necessary purchase without a second visit.

What’s covered?

The document covers any ongoing concerns the user may have, their measurements and any requirements for special features. You can also specify whether a heavy duty chair is needed and if so what category.

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