Walfred Sauer. Storage Shelves. May 05th , 2020.
If you need to access the items very often, i.e. if you want to view some files which need to be taken out constantly, then an open shelf will be perfect as it saves time, as opposed to opening and closing doors constantly. If you have to keep your documents secure, a storage system with a door and lock is the right choice. It is also important to see if it matches the décor of the room. In this way, you can make it more attractive.
The University of Arizona conducted a study, which you can find published in Occupational & Environmental Medicine1, where they measured the activity and stress of 231 office employees working in US government buildings.
To choose the right storage system, you will have to draw up a list of all the things that will need storage space.
Many workplaces are ridding their offices of dividing walls and tall storage shelves in order to create a stronger sense of collaboration and community. By opening up the office, this can help to open up staff to stronger communication and social relationships, which can help to improve morale and wellbeing, and therefore, have a positive effect on productivity.
In a store room where space can be limited, it can be a real challenge to efficiently store inventory and overstock. As a result, inventory can be disorganised and staff productivity can suffer when it’s difficult to find the items that are in high demand and need replenishing on the selling floor.
Their results found that employees working in open plan offices with no desk partitions completed 32% more physical activity compared to those in private offices and 20% more than people working in cubicles.
This is great to be aware of as we approach World Heart Day on 29th September 2018, as finding these small ways to increase your daily activity will provide benefits such as helping with weight loss, lowering your blood pressure and promoting overall health.
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