Computer Workstations. OSHA eTool. Offers a graphical menu to identify hazards and ergonomic controls for computer workstations.
Today's computer workstation has few hazards other than ergonomic that the typical worker will be exposed to if all components are functioning properly. Many injuries or illnesses associated with a computer workstation will be of an ergonomic nature and thus may be difficult to diagnose. Accurate and timely recording as outlined in OSHA'sInjury and Illness Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements Safety and Health Topics Pagecan be a useful means of proactive intervention.
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