Ergo Health from Home


If your workspace at home is a kitchen counter, sofa or makeshift desk and a dining room chair, you are not alone.

As we adjust to a “new normal” of working from home, ensuring that our home workspaces are ergonomically optimized is vital to our health. We invite you to participate in the following events where campus experts will share tips that can improve your well-being and productivity at work – wherever that is – providing lifelong results.

Events and Activities

Presented by:
Ergonomics Program Director, Hamid Fonooni

Ergonomics is a wise investment in improving productivity, and enhancing morale and the well-being of your employees. 

Ergonomics and Working From Home

Explore how sound ergonomics can improve your well-being and productivity at work.

Ergo Self-Assessment: How to Evaluate and Set Up a Remote Workstation 

Neck issues are often caused by monitor position issues and shoulder pain could be connected to your mouse. Learn how to assess your workspace and implement some creative solutions. Yes, you can make a couch ergo friendly and we'll show you how.

  • If you are a Department Safety Coordinator (DSC) or have responsibilities for helping with ergonomics concerns in your department please consider attending to support your colleagues with Tier-1 Requests.