Stackable training room chairs often create a storage problem after the seminar ends. Traditional guest seating or training chairs are designed to be stackable. While on the surface this appears to a convenience, it really is not. If you have a large number of chairs, the process of stacking and unstacking them becomes time consuming and tiresome–no matter how little the individual chairs actually weigh. A long period of prolonged exertion can result in a back injury, which in turn means a liability for you organization. With storage space in any office at a premium, and with profit margins threatened by rising costs of overhead, it makes sense to purchase training room chairs that will minimize the risk of physical strain and conserve as much storage space as possible.
This is why the least expensive training room chairs are typically designed to fold up when not in use. While these guest seating chairs are easier to manipulate than stackable chairs, they are terribly uncomfortable to sit in. Training typically takes long hours, so the more comfortable the chair feels to participants, the longer they will be able to focus on the material. Training is an investment and you want to make sure you get the maximum return on your investment. Your reputation also plays a major role in getting a maximum return on that investment. Do you really want your organization’s reputation to be tarnished by the discomfort and poor aesthetics of folding chairs stacked in a closet?
That is why Viper Office Chairs has introduced the VOC 560. This training room chair not only looks more attractive than competing folding chairs, it also offers full ergonomic support to trainees. With a comfortable, 3-inch thick molded form seat, it offers sufficient cushion to fully prevent the lower body and legs from ever making direct contact with the pan of the chair. Its curved lumbar back support parallels the curvature of the spine. Its soft mesh backrest is easier on the skin for persons wearing tops made from thinner material.
When the training session is over, you can fold up these training room chairs and store them just like you do their cheaper equivalents. However, when the next session rolls around, you can quickly break them out and set them up in a configuration that looks just as good as it feels.