This August 31, 2010 article written by Peter Budnick in Ergonomics Today addresses the benefits of sit-to-stand workstations.
A DoD Information Guide for Supervisors and Users, June 2000, created by the DoD Ergnomics Working Group
This booklet is intended for use by desktop computer users. The purpose of this booklet is to help you reduce your chances of being injured. You will learn to identify common desktop computer work station problems and explore some improvement goals.
Millions of people work with computers every day. This eTool* illustrates simple, inexpensive principles that will help you create a safe and comfortable computer workstation.
Includes: Four Steps to Set Up your Computer Workstation, A Postural Guide to Working at your Computer Workstation, Tips for Computer Users, Tips for Using Your Pointing Device, Office Lighting and VDT Workstations, Selecting a Chair, Workstation Myths, Computer Workstation Checklist, Computer Operator's Work Technique Checklist
Excellent resource! Health considerations, workstation evaluation, how to select VDT equipment, VDT-related health problems and solutions, and VDT selection and set-up checklist.
Information on: Work Area, Desk/Workstation, Chair, Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse, Trackball or Other Pointing Device, Lighting, Work Habits, Laptop Computer
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