September 22, 2022
This update was originally emailed as a Product Radar posting on 21/09/2022. You can register here to receive them directly by email.
The Motus 6000 is a quality sit-stand desk which offers a range of worktop sizes and finishes. Easy to operate, it has a push button control with 4 memory settings for finger tip adjustment. The controller is also Bluetooth-enabled to allow remote operation (by free App) and/or connection to optional Work and Move software (available separately). The width-adjustable frame can accommodate tops from 1200mm to 1800mm wide and 600mm to 800mm deep. The Motus 6000 desk is suitable for use in all work environments: office, hot desking, home office, etc.
Features & Benefits
- Easy Push-button height adjustment.
- Memory function stores and retains height settings for four positions.
- Digital display shows desk height.
- Bluetooth-enabled for remote operation via free App.
- Posture change prompts (controller flashes and phone vibrates if App is enabled).
- Height range (625mm – 1275mm) complies with EU Sit-Stand standards.
- Auto-stop safety system.
- Suitable for desk tops 1200mm to 1800mm wide and 600mm – 800mm deep. Contact Customer Service for further information about top sizes and finishes.
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Posted by Guy Osmond
September 20, 2022
This article was originally emailed as issue 154 of our monthly eBulletin at 11:30 on 14/09/2022. You can register here to receive them monthly.
KNOWLEDGE SHARING CONTINUES APACE
Whilst I have mentioned our plan to make 2022 our Year of Knowledge Sharing several times, it occurred to me that I have never created a single paragraph with all the key references in one location so here is my indulgence of hyperlinks – and it’s all free! After a summer hiatus, our Top Tips video portfolio is growing once again. We regularly add blogs on a range of ergonomics and workplace-related topics. Our free webinars typically last 30-60 minutes and are also recorded for viewing on demand. This eBulletin is published monthly at the same time on the same day and the archive is here. We also share our Product Radar new product updates on an ad hoc basis. I have been interviewed for the Journal of Biophilic Design and 1202 – The Human Factors Podcast. Our version of the Rapid Upper Limb Assessment (RULA) tool can be found here. Obviously, we also have our established Posture Guidance, Stretching Exercises and numerous other resources on our website. We are also hosting in-person days. See below for more details of our Clerkenwell Events in October.
DEATH OF HM QUEEN ELIZABETH II
We are saddened by the death of the Queen and offer our condolences to her family, friends and the millions whose lives she touched. Showing due respect for her funeral, the business will be closed on Monday September 19, 2022
BIG SUSTAINABILITY EXPO
We are delighted to be involved, once again, with this event. This year, it is at St. Mary’s Stadium in Southampton on September 22nd from 09:30 to 15:00. I shall be speaking at noon with the topic title ‘Ergonomics, Wellbeing & Sustainability – keeping your people and the planet happy, healthy & productive’. There is a full card of interesting speakers and the exhibitor list covers everything from rum and coffee to cars and corporate uniforms. Let me know if you are attending and want to meet for a coffee
Spaces are still available for our two whole-day October events but numbers are limited so please book as soon as possible. Our ‘Unique Hybrid Working Event’, designed for Facilities Managers and Health & Safety Professionals, looks at homeworker wellbeing in the morning and the hybrid office in the afternoon. Our second ‘Unique DSE Assessors Event’ is aimed at those who carry out the assessments and explores face-to-face and virtual assessment issues before lunch, then the links between workplace design and wellbeing in the later sessions. Both are FREE events with CPD certificates and full catering included.
Clerkenwell Open is a comparatively new occasion in the UK workplace design calendar, created by Women in Office Design (WOD). The recent event included some insightful (and animated!) discussions about the future of workplace design and I attended some stimulating presentations. Expect more blogs to emerge from these ideas in due course! The office furniture industry has had a poor sustainability record in the past and WOD’s Sustainable Design Collective shares ideas and best practice in various collaborative, knowledge sharing events. Some of the themes discussed in Clerkenwell will also be explored further at Orgatec in October.
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