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    A client is considering installing motorized (and non-motorized) adjustable work surface – desks, primarily – in an office environment.

    Does anyone have any experience with pinch-point or other injuries after having installed similar furniture? Has anyone taking steps to prevent such mishaps after having installed them?

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    I have not had experience with this issue personally but did read an employee policy which stated they were required to not be seated at the table while height adjustments were being made. This was a employee policy manual and I assume to prevent liability to warn of the potential issues and have a policy in place.

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