Some of the things in this clip may seem quite obvious - such as making sure that your chair and desk are 'working for you'. But in terms of workplace health, there's often more to things like this than it may seem at first. There are bound to be plenty of people for whom the work station set-up was perfectly acceptable until an assessment was carried out, and changes made. And it's tehse changes that can make all the difference in avoiding things like RSI.
The ergonomics of seat and desk design and use also link with things like posture -even if everything's at the correct level, we still need to be mindful of the correct posture and try to ensure that we adopt it as often as possible. Check out this post on correct posture too. Did you know there was a 'correct slump'? Me neither.