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The How-To series will guide you through some simple do-it-yourself tasks. There are a number of reasons why you might need to change the armrests on your chair. The user or task of the chair may change and require different levels of support (Extra height, width adjustment, pivoting arm pads, etc.), a new user may […]

This week we join the 48th Annual Conference of the Association of Canadian Ergonomists & 12th Annual International Symposium on Human Factors in Organizational Design and Management as a Platinum Sponsor in their quest for Organizing for High Performance. ergoCentric has proudly sponsored this event for many years because it is consistent with our history […]

Mississauga, Ontario, Canada – June 20, 2017 Continuing to build on its commitment to Government sectors, ergoCentric is proud to announce that it has been awarded a new, five-year Government Services Administration (GSA) Schedule contract #GS-27F-019GA, effective immediately. This contract vehicle enables US Federal Government organizations, along with other entities authorized to utilize the GSA […]

Some uncomfortable truths about sitting down at work by Mark Eltringham  This article originally appeared on workplaceinsight.net Publication date: Friday, April 28, 2017 The problem with the modish idea of fake news is that we’re not very good at spotting it. As with our driving, each of us possesses an unwarranted faith in our own […]

Infection control downplayed in surface selection. By Keith Sopha This article originally appeared in the “Facility Cleaning & Maintenance” section of REMINetwork.com. Publication date: Thursday, April 27, 2017 Housekeeping staff continue to face many challenges with cleaning and disinfecting healthcare facilities because many environmental surfaces that are purchased don’t meet best practice recommendations under the Provincial […]

According to a report by PWC, Millennials (individuals born between 1980 and 2000) want to work in the manner that suits them best. Their extensive use of technology means the lines between work and home have become increasingly blurred, although many would prefer to work in an office than alone. It is important for employers […]

Innovation at ergoCentric

February 27th 2017 in Blog

Recently ergoCentric had the privilege of being recognized with the Technology & Innovation Award by the Mississauga Board of Trade, the city where our head office is located.  This public acknowledgment led me to think more about the role innovation has played in ergoCentric’s development and the conscious steps we have taken along the way […]

The How-To series will guide you through some simple do-it-yourself tasks. Although it’s rare, you may need to change the pneumatic lift on your chair.  If you find that the lift is leaking and slowly lowers throughout the day, the lift is old and bounces too much/sinks too much when you sit, the lift no […]