In light of the current situation regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), AnthroDesk is currently accepting clients at our showroom by appointment only. To protect our clients and our staff, we offer curbside pickups as well as delivery for any of the items that we available online.
Nowadays, many workers are forced to stand on hard concrete floors for long periods of time. They suffer significant levels of fatigue and discomfort in the legs, back and throughout the body. Extended standing causes pain, but that's not all, it will often make you feel lethargic. That is why ergonomic products are becoming more and more popular since they aim to reduce accidents and injuries in any work environment. It was just recently that working environment started to prioritize ergonomics and has been instilled to the minds of the people.
When using a standing desk converter, it is expected that you’ll need an anti-fatigue mat to keep your feet comfortable over extended hours standing while you work. Anti-fatigue mats - defined by CCOHS or Canadian Center for Occupational Health Center - are devised to reduce fatigue caused by extended periods of standing on hard surfaces such as cement floors and ceramic tiles. There are various materials a fatigue-reducing mat can be made such as rubber, carpeting materials, vinyl, and wood.