Is standing and working on Golv tiles ergonomically sound?

In general, the tiles are slightly resilient without feeling heavy to stand on, which is good from both ergonomic and psychological points of view. In addition, the perforated pattern means that shoes with rubber soles also have a better cushioning effect, compared with standing and working on a solid floor, for instance of concrete or tiles and the like. In fact Golv tiles are also sufficiently firm and strong enough to withstand the weight of a hand trolley, which cannot be run over normal rubber matting. (Please note, this means hand trolleys, not electric forklift trucks, which should not be run on Golv tiles.)