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Ergomats to relieve stress & fatigue
Dec '12
Stress and fatigue are two of the major contributors to decreased employee productivity and increased disability. Ergomats, now available through Creative Safety Supply, will improve work quality and help workers feel better. The ergonomically designed mats can be used for workers that need to stand for long periods of time behind a desk or assembly production line.

Studies have shown that when employees feel better, quality and attitude also improve which in turn increases productivity. Ergomats are proven to stimulate blood circulation, prevent cramps, and reduce tiredness which amounts to increase productivity and increase earnings for the business. A business owner will experience lower health and safety costs by simply using ergomats for employees.

The Ergomat Classic Standard mat is anti-static and is great for dry work environments that offer a Cleanroom Class 5 (100) rating. The Ergomat Classic is made of pure polyurethane and is designed to increase comfort while reducing tripping hazards, body aches, sick leaves, and quality issues. A facility that works with products or fabrics that causes high static will benefit by using a mat where static electricity control is a must.

When workers must move down an assembly line, the beveled edges of the ergomats will ensure workers don’t trip. The mats are also solid with no voids which will collapse underfoot. The high quality construction with the anti-static feature also lies completely flat making it ideal for any type of footwear. A plant manager commented, “Our productivity on our assembly line has increased tremendously since installing the Ergomats. Our workers are happier and sick days have decreased.”

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