Actisafe presents ergonomic worktables designed to maintain employee OH&S standards and increase productivity in diverse industrial environments.
The new Actisafe ergonomic worktables are made to replace outdated steel benches, with the design not only meeting OH&S requirements but also helping to speed up production in busy maintenance and assembly departments across most industry sectors.
The custom modifiable Actisafe ergonomic worktables help companies of all sizes to meet their production targets, particularly if they are undergoing sudden or rapid growth in workload.
Suitable for clients that need a workbench configuration to maintain extremely high levels of occupational health and safety, the new equipment can accommodate employees in a standing or seated position.
Taking into account the potential for future consolidation of sites, Actisafe ergonomic worktables are always demountable and easy to re-assemble at a different location.
Key features and benefits of Actisafe ergonomic worktables include a panel holder that adjusts forward and backward for operator comfort and ease of working with various sized electronic panels containing tiny electrical components; power board that goes right across the bench at the rear of the workspace rather than just on one side of the table; flexibility to accommodate multiple power points to meet the operator’s specific requirements; and highly adaptable design that helps optimise operator’s movements to increase performance and productivity while decreasing work-related stress and potential for injury.
The modular design of Actisafe ergonomic worktables allows add-ons to be quickly implemented as required. For instance, independent units easily integrate with one another seamlessly and offer the potential to be re-arranged to adapt to future needs in the work environment.
Assembly equipment and components, computers, telephones, and other tools can be placed ergonomically, where required. The worktables or even entire workstations comprising of individual worktables can be equipped with different features to suit specific task objectives. For instance, a workstation can be equipped with an extension table and a corner table for testing work; a worktable for packaging can have a cutter for packaging material, a top shelf and a pair of folder supports; or a multi-use concept workstation can have wheels.