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What is Ergonomic Stress and What To Do With It

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Ergonomics or human factors is the scientific discipline concerned with the understanding or interactions among humans and other elements of a system, and the profession that applies theory, principles, data and methods to design in order to optimize human well-being and overall system performance.

Ergonomics Risk Factors:
Job activities involving any of the ergonomic risk factors below many contribute to or result in an increased risk of strain and injury…

  1. Awkward postures
  2. Bending
  3. Compression or contact stress
  4. Forceful exertions
  5. Insufficient rest breaks
  6. Lifting
  7. Lighting
  8. Noise
  9. Pushing/pulling
  10. Reaching
  11. Repetitive motions
  12. Static or sustained postures
  13. Extreme temperature
  14. Vibrations

3 Ergonomics Stressors

  1. The force required to complete a task
  2. Any awkward or static working postures adopted in completing a task
  3. The repetitiveness of a task

Here are the Best of ergonomics in the workplace

  1. Find your natural posture
  2. Adjusting your keyboard and mouse
  3. Adjusting your screens
  4. Adjusting your chair
  5. Don’t sit around all day – stand up and move

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Reference: www.blink.ucsd.edu and ErgoPlus

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