How can I ensure a private alarm centre is ergonomic?

A private alarm centre is prepared for professional surveillance and alarm calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. So people work there around-the-clock on a job that requires great focus. These people are an important link in the security chain, and it is their job to collect, analyse and pass on relevant information as calmly and quickly as possible.

You can support them with:

  • Ergonomic furniture: comfortable, adjustable chairs and desks to support long periods of sitting down.
  • Good lighting and screen settings: optimise the lighting to reduce fatigue and use anti-reflective screens to avoid giving your employees eye strain. Appropriate screen settings prevent neck and eye problems.
  • Acoustic solutions: implement sound-damping materials and headphones to reduce environmental noise.
  • Visualisation: integrate clear, comprehensible visual representations of alarm signals into monitors to simplify information processing.
  • Ergonomic tools: equip the alarm centre with ergonomic mice and keyboards to reduce repetitive actions and minimise the chance of straining the hands and wrists.