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Here you'll find links to some web sites with simple suggestions on how to set up a proper workstation, with others providing detailed instructions and even checklists. Very helpful information on reducing claims for repetitive stress injuries.
Articles on a variety of relevant subjects from experts in the field of office ergonomics, ranging from management personnel in companies manufacturing products to recognized subject matter experts such as Dr. Alan Hedge from Cornell University.
There are a number of prominent universities with ergonomic programs that publish their research data, and we've complied a list of these for your reference. Some are well organized, while others are somewhat harder to read. Great information for industry professionals.
Here you'll find a number of sites such as HealthyComputing.com that provide tips, guidelines, and product related advice. Many are web sites in the business of driving traffic to their sites for commercial purposes, but they do so by providing relevant and organized content that people are looking for.
Government and Public Web Sites
For those of you that may be looking for legal or regulatory information as well as current trends, this is a great place to spend some time.
Associations and Societies
Organizations such as the Office Ergonomics Research Committee have been formed to study the relationship between office work and discomfort, fatigue and MSDs, and to communicate their findings on their possible causes. This may be a great place to start for your company to address internal processes to help reduce repetitive stress injuries.
Case Studies / White Papers
Academians will find these studies complelling and interesting, but industry professionals charged with developing work programs that will reduce RSI-related injuries will find this information vital to their internal work-flow processes.
We've created this section where we will place links that our customers may find useful, but that do not fit in any of the categories above. Some may be informational in value, while other may be for sites featuring ergonomic office products that you cannot find on our site.