Working ergonomically is critical for maintaining worker safety, productivity, and well-being in a laboratory setting. By incorporating ergonomic principles into workstation design, equipment and tool design, posture and movement, and personal protective equipment selection, workers can reduce the risk of musculoskeletal injuries and other health problems. Ergonomic safety measures must also be taken into account in a laboratory setting, such as proper PPE use and mitigation techniques. The training objectives include defining ergonomics, discussing laboratory ergonomics, and identifying ergonomic safety measures. The training aims to assist workers in completing tasks safely and comfortably within a laboratory setting.