One of IT's jobs in this city government is to be the first-level gatekeepers of ergonomic policy, reports a support manager pilot fish there.
"When we set up PCs, we use the ergonomic trays and mouse decks under the tables to do it per the policies," fish says.
"All my support staffers are trained to set up workstations, and to refer any requests for nonconforming setups to our risk management division's safety technician."
That's not mere buck-passing. The safety technician has the training and certification needed to OK and document nonconforming setups. That way, if there's a resulting injury, the city is on record as having counseled the employee.
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