Working at a desk all day can take a toll on your neck, shoulders and other muscles. Office stretches to the rescue! By Mayo Clinic staff
This October 14, 2010 article by Gene Kay in Ergonomics Today addresses the positive value of web-based ergonomic training.
Workplace Ergonomics Reference Guide - A Publication of the Computer/Electronic Accommodations Program (PDF)http://www.tricare.mil/CAP/Ergo_Guide/CAP_Ergo_Guide.pdf
This is a publication of the Computer/Electronic Accommodations Program (CAP) Healthy Work Practices Program (HWPP). This guide provides illustrations of proper workstation ergonomics and a checklist for implementation of these strategies as well as tips for prevention of repetitive stress injuries.
Know the basic tips about Office Ergonomics, Workstation Ergonomics, Ergonomic PC, Laptop Ergonomics, Ergonomic chair.
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A new study follows up on and expands on research reported in 2000 that found supplementary rest breaks for data-entry operators minimize discomfort and eyestrain without impairing productivity, as reported in Ergonomics Today.
Information provided by Humanics Ergonomics on anthropometrics, ergonomic tools, seating, products, injury data, ergonomic reports and much more.
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.
This site contains office ergonomics information aimed at ergonomics committee members as well as office workers in general. The information here is based on the research literature whenever possible...
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While the scientific evidence about whether alternative keyboards prevent musculoskeletal disorders is inconclusive at this time, this document provides basic information about common alternative keyboard designs and their effects on work posture