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Computer Stations Booklets

Computer Stations

Today, 97% of the businesses in the US use computers daily to conduct business. Much of the work that employees in an office environment or warehouse office do involves the use of computers. There are thousands of employees that spend more than 6 hours a day working on a computer.  The some of the risks associated with computer usage are ergonomic problems, eyestrain, repetitive strain injuries, Carpal Tunnel, and Tendinitis.  Just like any other type of equipment, employers and employees need to know what potential problems may be involved in working with computers as well as how to use computers safely. Our "Computer Workstation Safety" training products review the safe use of computers, and offer practical solutions to many potential problems. Topics covered in these products include: Organization of work materials, Maintaining "neutral" positions, Positioning the back and torso, Avoiding and relieving eyestrain, Avoiding and relieving muscle strain, Tension and stress reducing exercises, and more.

Related training topics that will work in conjunction with Computer Safety: Wellness and Fitness, Ergonomic Safety, Back Safety, First Aid, Safety Posters

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