Ergonomic Evaluation and How To Adjust your 24/7 Chair Control Rooms and 911 Call Centers
How to adjust your 24-7 chair for control rooms or 911 call centers. Dispatch centers usually have three eight hour shifts per twenty four hour period, seven days a week. As various workers and shifts come and go, the chairs will need to be adjusted to fit the various operators body sizes. Proper adjustments of a 24/7 chair is important to maintain healthy postures while the shift worker is seated at the control station.
Our BodyBilt 24/7 line of special needs chairs for control rooms – Purchasing Manager’s Notes.
Bodybilt chairs are built to order with several options to fit the various end user height and weight range requirements. Please see our Office Chair page for more details www.keynamics.com
We usually sell a fairly standard model for 24/7 use, which comes in two size ranges – regular and the “Big and Tall” model.
This standard model is the Intensive Use “Core” series, constructed with a high double rub tested upholstery, which is also wipeable. It’s called “Staccato” fabric. This chair comes with a headrest and the Staccato fabric is the most durable of the all, and also the least expensive. The “Core” series chair is in the $1490 price range for the regular size model (plus shipping). Please see attached brochure.
The Crew and Captain series use the same frame and mechanisms, but add more expensive upholstery options – with the Captain series being our top of the line leather and runs $2294.00