Contains basic information on how to identify and solve problems with computer workstations and is intended primarily as a self-help guide for workers. Other users include employers, supervisors, joint health and safety committees, and health and safety specialists.
* Recommends practical and inexpensive ways to improve your workstation layout and lighting
* Explains how to ensure good posture
* Suggests ways to organize your work day and work space to reduce the likelihood of injury to muscles, tendons, nerves, joints, and other parts of the body
* Includes a checklist for assessing your computer workstation and provides exercises that you can do at your desk to reduce muscle tension and eyestrain