Postures and movements

Static body postures must be assumed during almost any task. Wherever possible, these basic postures should lie within a range that is comfortable for the persons adopting them. Ideally, workers should be able to select their basic posture (e.g. sitting or standing) themselves. The machines should be designed to permit this, for example by the allowance of sufficient legroom for a task to be performed in a seated position. Extreme body movements (such as bending down to the ground) should also be avoided, particularly when frequent. Corresponding information can be found in EN 1005-4 and EN 1005-5.


Standing workstation with height-adjustable footrest

Einstellbarer Arbeitsplatz an Trumpf Biegemaschine Serie Trubend 7000 © Michael Hüter

Standing workstation with height-adjustable footrest The bending machines in the Trumpf Trubend 7000 range are designed such that sufficient legroom is... more

Adjustable control and display element

Einstellbarer Arbeitsplatz an Trumpf Biegemaschine Serie Trubend 7000 © Michael Hüter

Adjustable control and display element The control panel on the Trumpf Trubend 7000 range consists of a touch display in which display and... more

Folding step

Crown GPC 3040 Kommissionierer © Michael Hüter

Folding step The folding step at the entry point on the side of the order picker facilitates access to goods... more

Platform hoist

Crown GPC 3040 Kommissionierer © Michael Hüter

Platform hoist The platform hoist on the order picker raises the worker at the driver's platform to a height of... more

Open pallet changing system

Handtmann HBZ CompactCell mit Palettenwechselsystem © Michael Hüter

Open pallet changing system The Handtmann pallet changer for vertical milling machines enables the tool pallets to be separated... more

Folding load floors

LKE Kit-Wagen © Michael Hüter

Folding load floors The LKE 800 E3 shelf trolley possesses two shelves on the upper level that can be folded up out of... more

Telescopic loading floors

LKE Kit-Wagen © Michael Hüter

Telescopic loading floors The LKE 800 E4.MAV range of shelf trolleys are equipped with withdrawable shelves. These shelves can... more

Driver's rotating control station

Linde Drehkabine © Michael Hüter

Driver's rotating control station Linde's driver's rotating control stations can be fitted to larger models of forklift. By releasing... more

Variable driver's and operator's station

Sitz Crown TSP 7000 Hochregalstapler © Michael Hüter

Variable driver's and operator's station On Crown high-rack order pickers, the driver's control station can be adjusted to the needs of the... more

Hand-held control unit for machine tools

Siemens Sinumerik Maschinensteuerung © Michael Hüter

Hand-held control unit for machine tools The remote control of the machine is a miniature, cable-linked control module that combines... more

Automatic material change facility for blanks

Bedienung Datron Dentalfräsmaschine © Michael Hüter

Automatic material change facility for blanks The raw material for the parts machined by the Datron D5 dental milling machines takes the form of... more

Vertical open machining concept

Vertikales offenes Betriebskonzept von Kiesling © Michael Hüter

Vertical open machining concept The vertical design assures open access to the workpiece holder from the front and from above. For... more

Adjustability of operating panels

Fräsmaschinensteuerung DMG Ergoline © Michael Hüter

Adjustability of operating panels On the DMG Ergoline Control, the angle of the display and of the lower keypad is adjustable. This... more

Diagonal door opening

Prinzip Spinner MVC ClassicLine Bearbeitungszentrum © Michael Hüter

Diagonal door opening On machines in the MVC Spinner range, the safety doors are located not on the front of the machine,... more

Tilting driver's cab

Schubmaststapler mit kippbarer Kabine © Michael Hüter

Tilting driver's cab A tilting driver's cab assists in reducing the necessary angle of head inclination. Such a cab... more

Retractable step

Abstiegsbewegung © Michael Hüter

Retractable step The Grifa softstep is a retrofitable step which is retracted after boarding and, when descending... more

Drive unit separated from the tool

Mann schleift Parkett mit Rokamat GEX P

Drive unit separated from the tool This special machine allows parquet and floor layers to carry out grinding work in an ergonomically... more

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