Explains what a CTD is, and risk factors that can be controlled.
Seven hints to make your chair more comfortable;
eight suggestions for maintaining keyboard comfort;
five recommendations for proper monitor placement.
Six exercises that can help protect the hands, wrists and forearms; nine exercises for the neck and shoulders; and four exercises for the eyes.
In the short time that personal computers have revolutionized how we work, office-related discomfort and injuries have skyrocketed. We do things differently than we used to--we're sedentary in an office or at a desk all day long. We're often working at a computer, doing the same thing over and over again.
In this video, the experts at Stanford pinpoint the causes and explain prevention strategies for computer-related traumas. Following these ergonomic principles will minimize aches and strains and increase productivity.
Here are some clips that you can preview:
- Additional Information
Name Preventing & Managing Computer Related Injuries SKU 48.19039 Year published 2001 Publisher Stanford Univ.
- Bought Together