1. Ergonomics: The study of designing equipment, devices, and workspaces that fit the human body's natural movements and capabilities, promoting comfort, safety, and efficiency.

  2. Ergonomic Equipment: Tools, devices, and furniture designed to improve ergonomics and reduce the risk of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) in the workplace.

  3. Adjustable Chair: A chair with customisable height, seat depth, armrests, and lumbar support to accommodate different body types and preferences.

  4. Sit-Stand Desk: A desk that can be adjusted to different heights, allowing users to alternate between sitting and standing positions while working.

  5. Ergonomic Keyboard: A keyboard designed with a split layout, negative tilt, and wrist support to reduce strain on wrists and forearms.

  6. Ergonomic Mouse: A computer mouse designed to reduce wrist and hand strain by promoting a more natural hand position.

  7. Monitor Arm: A device that holds computer monitors and allows for adjustable height, tilt, and swivel to achieve proper monitor positioning.

  8. Laptop Stand: A raised platform that elevates a laptop screen to eye level, reducing neck strain when using a laptop for extended periods.

  9. Footrest: A device placed under the desk to support the feet and promote proper posture, especially when sitting for long hours.

  10. Document Holder: A stand or device that holds documents or reference materials at eye level to reduce neck strain while reading or typing.

  11. Anti-Fatigue Mat: A cushioned mat placed on the floor to reduce discomfort and fatigue when standing for long periods.

  12. Task Lighting: Adjustable desk lamps designed to provide proper lighting for reading and computer work, reducing eye strain.

  13. Wrist Rest: A padded cushion or support placed in front of the keyboard to provide wrist and forearm support while typing.

  14. Ergonomic Chair Mat: A floor mat designed for use with office chairs, which helps to protect flooring and reduce rolling resistance.

  15. Neutral Posture: A comfortable and balanced body position that minimizes stress on muscles and joints during tasks.

  16. MSDs (Musculoskeletal Disorders): A range of physical conditions and injuries that affect muscles, tendons, ligaments, and other parts of the musculoskeletal system, often caused by poor ergonomics.

  17. RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury): An injury that occurs due to repetitive movements and overuse of muscles and tendons, often affecting the wrists, hands, and arms.

  18. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: A common RSI that results from pressure on the median nerve in the wrist, causing numbness, tingling, and pain in the hand and fingers.

  19. Tilt Mechanism: A feature in ergonomic chairs that allows users to tilt the seat and backrest to find a comfortable reclined position.

  20. ** Lumbar Support:** A feature in chairs and backrests that provides support to the lower back, helping to maintain the natural curve of the spine.