Office Workstations

How To Improve Office Productivity with These Design Updates

The average employee works approximately 40 hours per week, meaning they spend most of their time at work than in their actual homes. Improving your office space is essential to improving employees morale and productivity – studies show that out of 100 employees, almost half (49%) said an office makeover would increase their productivity. On […]

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Noticeboards that Make you LOOK

NEW PRODUCT LINE We are excited to announce our new range of products.   “These product reinforces Redline’s commitment to designing functional and colour savvy furniture for the workplace and home” Magnetic Gloss double sided A-Frame Vibrant Noticeboards with a Difference Scandi Noticeboards Available in lots of groovy colours. Standard sizes or custom made upon request contact Redline Interiors         

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Boost workplace performance

Did you know that happier workers are 12% more productive? Flexible working arrangements maximises your talent pool.  Does your office provide a flexible workstation options and show that you think outside the box?? Redline Interiors specialise in designing open workspaces that embrace flexible work practice, create hubs and boost people performance.

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Storage solutions – Filing towers

Storing your files doesn’t need to be boring.  These storage towers are colorful, space efficient and practical in small offices.   Contact us if your interested in finding out more.   Available in a wide range of powder coated colours.  

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Do you have a license to drive that chair? Ergonomic Workstation Assesment

Want to feel better at work? Redline Interiors consultations are qualified in Office Ergonomics & Workstation Assessments we can give you the tools to better your working environment. We offer an on-site assessment to make it as practical as possible for clients.  Our service includes: On-site changes, which you can be implemented immediately Education and […]

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Hippity hop, Happy Easter!

Enjoy the vibrant colours that Easter brings your way.     Have a safe & yummy Easter to all our wonderful clients.   Redline Interiors 🙂

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Is your office chair really comfortable?

Ever wondered what all those levers underneath your chair do? The way your chair is set up makes a huge difference to your sitting comfort levels. There are 3 factors that directly influence your sitting posture  1. Vision  2. Reach 3. Postural support Make sure that your work area is designed so that your eyes can […]

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Made in Australia

Redline Interiors are proud to support the Australian design and furniture industry, we offer our clients a wide style selection in a broad price range.   Most consumers look for a country of origin label to help them determine the quality of an item. Metal coat racks.  Approximately 88% of consumers prefer to buy Australian […]

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Height adjustable desk

  Height adjustable desking systems provide an alternative to traditional desk configurations by offering an innovative solution for all work environments and individual ergonomic requirements (Image from Doutta Galla Community Health) An ergonomic handle easily operates the manual height adjustable mechanism, or control button on the motorised mechanism    

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AFRDI – What is it?

Who is AFRDI?  Did you know that a standards body exists for furniture? The Australasian Furnishing Research and Development Institute [AFRDI] is an independent non-for-profit organisation that provides standards, testing and product certification for buyers and sellers of furniture in Australia and New Zealand.  Testing and certification is useful to ensure that products are safe […]

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The average employee works approximately 40 hours per week, meaning they spend most of their time at work than in their actual homes. Improving your office space is essential to improving employees morale and productivity – studies show that out of 100 employees, almost half (49%) said an office makeover would increase their productivity. On top of that, employees who like their workroom are 31% more satisfied with their work. Having a clean, neat and organised workroom not only helps improve the productivity and creativity of your staff, but it also helps to present your business to clients as professional and prepared for anything.

1. Consider Your Office Layout

Communication is the cornerstone of a well-functioning office environment so your office layout should maximise ease of communication. Having an open plan space can be very effective and help communication between employees. Take a look at these picture and products for inspiration.

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2. A Happy Office Is A Well-Lit Office

Lighting is another key issue you need to take into consideration. By not having a well lit office you’re risking eye strain that can lead to headaches and migraines. Dark offices are not pleasant to work in, so don’t be afraid to switch it up with some brighter lighting, desk lamps and large windows. Here are some ideas to get you started!

                              

a dim lit office compared to a well lit office, look at the difference it can really make!

 

3. comfort is key

A comfortable working environment can really make a difference to your employees morale. By adding in more comfortable chairs, ergonomic desks, decorating with plants and adding lounges and armchairs for a place to relax. Consider the daily lives of your employees and design for their comfort.

                                               

If it is time for a change in your office don’t hesitate to contact Ivana at info@redlineinteriors.com.au

 

 

 


NEW PRODUCT LINE

We are excited to announce our new range of products.  

“These product reinforces Redline’s commitment to designing functional and colour savvy furniture for the workplace and home”

A frame Whiteboard: Green

Magnetic Gloss double sided A-Frame

Vibrant Noticeboards with a Difference

Scandi

Scandi Noticeboards

Available in lots of groovy colours. Standard sizes or custom made upon request contact Redline Interiors   

 

 

 


Did you know that happier workers are 12% more productive?

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Flexible working arrangements maximises your talent pool.  Does your office provide a flexible workstation options and show that you think outside the box??

Redline Interiors specialise in designing open workspaces that embrace flexible work practice, create hubs and boost people performance.



Want to feel better at work?

Redline Interiors consultations are qualified in Office Ergonomics & Workstation Assessments we can give you the tools to better your working environment.

We offer an on-site assessment to make it as practical as possible for clients. 

Our service includes:

  • On-site changes, which you can be implemented immediately
  • Education and training, a written report which outlines future action for employers
  • Advise on how to implement any necessary changes and much more

If you interested to find out more please contact us at info@redlineinteriors.com.au



Ever wondered what all those levers underneath your chair do?

The way your chair is set up makes a huge difference to your sitting comfort levels.

There are 3 factors that directly influence your sitting posture 

1. Vision 

2. Reach

3. Postural support

Make sure that your work area is designed so that your eyes can comfortably see what they need to see, you can comfortably reach what you need, and your chair gives you an appropriate range of comfortable postures.

By making adjustments to the height of your chair, length of seat pan, backrest angles, armrests and lumbar support you will minimise the risk of neck & back pain.

Redline Interiors offer ergonomic workstation assessment in the workplace, we teach you how to drive your chair and give you exercises to do while you sit at your desk.  Give us a call if you are interested as a few simple steps can make you workstation a much healthier place. 


Redline Interiors are proud to support the Australian design and furniture industry, we offer our clients a wide style selection in a broad price range.

 

Most consumers look for a country of origin label to help them determine the quality of an item.

Metal coat racks. 

Approximately 88% of consumers prefer to buy Australian whenever possible and 77% are happy to pay a little extra for Australian made goods.


 

Height adjustable desking systems provide an alternative to traditional desk configurations by offering an innovative solution for all work environments and individual ergonomic requirements (Image from Doutta Galla Community Health)

An ergonomic handle easily operates the manual height adjustable mechanism, or control button on the motorised mechanism

 

 


Who is AFRDI?  Did you know that a standards body exists for furniture?


The Australasian Furnishing Research and Development Institute [AFRDI] is an independent non-for-profit organisation that provides standards, testing and product certification for buyers and sellers of furniture in Australia and New Zealand. 

Testing and certification is useful to ensure that products are safe and will survive everyday wear and tear.  By choosing to use products that meet the AFRDI standards you are making sustainably viable decision – as it reduces the need to replace furniture in the short term.

 

TYPES OF FURNITURE TESTED

Height adjustable swivel chairs

Visitors chairs

Desks and workstations

Monitor arms

Filing cabinets

Storage furniture

Table bases

Recliner chairs

There is an International equivalent body that tests and certifies furniture – BSI (British Standards International)


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