Ergonomic - Best Work Zones

Performing work within the best and preferred work zones shown below facilitates productivity and comfort.  Work is safest when lifting and reaching is performed in these zones.  Working outside these work zones results in non-neutral postures that may increase the risk of injury.  It is particularly important to perform heavy lifting tasks within the best work zone.

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