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Healthy Computing -Table of Contents

 

Introduction

 

Chapter 1: Positioning Your Body

 

1.1 Vertical Sitting Posture

1.2 Traction Posture

1.3 Declined Sitting Posture

1.4 Reclined Sitting Posture

 

Chapter 2: Monitors

 

2.1 Viewing Distance

2.2 Viewing Angle–Height and Side-to-Side

2.3 Viewing Time

2.4 Viewing Clarity

 

Chapter 3: Keyboards

 

3.1 Keyboard Placement – Height

3.2 Keyboard Placement – Distance

3.3 Design and Use

 

Chapter 4: Your Mouse or Pointer

 

4.1 Mouse Placement

4.2 Mouse Size, Shape, and Settings

4.3 Wrist/Palm Supports

4.4 Wrist Rest Guidelines

 

Chapter 5: Document Holders and Desk

 

5.1 Document Holder Guidelines

5.2 Types Of Desks

5.3 Desk Quick Tips

5.4 Workspace sizes

5.5 Chairs

5.6 Desk or Work Surface Areas

 

Chapter 6: Chairs

 

6.1 Chair Guidelines

6.2 Backrest of the chair

6.3 Chair Positions

6.4 The best chair for the job

 

Chapter 7: Telephones

 

7.1 Telephone Quick Tips

7.2 Probable Risks in Placement and Use

 

Chapter 8: What We Have Learned

 

8.1 WORKING POSTURES

8.2 SEATING

8.3 KEYBOARD

8.4 MONITOR

8.5 WORK AREA

8.6 GENERAL

 

Chapter 9: Work Process

 

9.1 Prolonged Periods of Activity

9.2 Medical Awareness and Training

9.3 Workstation Environment

 

Chapter 10: Lighting

 

10.1 General lighting tips

10.2 Glare

 

Chapter 11: Ventilation

 

11.1 Proper Air Flow

 

Chapter 12: Awkward Postures

 

12.1 Contact Stress

12.2 Force

12.3 General Controls

12.4 Repetition

 

Chapter 13: Musculoskeletal Disorders

 

13.1 Signs and Symptoms

13.2 Prevention Is Better Than Cure…Always

13.3 Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)

13.4 CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME

13.5 EYESTRAIN

13.6 Optometric Vision Therapy

13.7 Other Computer Hazards

13.8 LASER PRINTERS and breathing problems

13.9 MONITORS and HEADACHES

13.10 Chemicals From Computers

13.11 Electromagnetic radiation and computer use

 

Chapter 14: Quick Setup Guide

 

Chapter 15: Exercises and Break

 

15.1 Eyes

15.2 Neck

15.3 Wrist

15.4 Elbow

15.5 Hands

15.6 Back

15.7 Shoulders

 

Conclusion