Working with display screen equipment

Australia, 1993

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A program on health and safety issues for people working with display screen equipment. It examines basic ergonomics, layout of the workplace, job design, hazards that exist and ways to reduce or control the problem. The program emphasises the need to take individual variations in physical characteristics into account when setting up display screen equipment workstations and operating procedures.

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