IME 320-W10 - Computer Workstation

IME 320-W10 - Computer Workstation - Overview Evaluation...

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Overview Evaluation checklist Old vs. New Presentation of proposed design with  respect to current design Suggestions and recommendations Conclusions
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Methodology of Study Figure 1 1. Understand  Assignment 1. Identify  Location 1. Research  Office-Ergo  Checklists 1. Define tasks for  personnel in  audit area 1. Review Ergonomic  Principles 1. Create  Drawings 1. Identify job site  areas for audit 1. Physical  Survey 1. Photograph Job  Site 1. Develop Worker  Survey 1. Conduct Worker  Survey 1. Analyze Results 1. Develop  Improvements 1. Update  Drawings 1. Summariz e Results 1. Present  Recommendations
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Evaluation Checklist Job Task Identification Movement within Workspace Environment Survey and Results  Workstation Principles Ergonomic Issues
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Job Task Identification Non-Repetitious Tasks Open/close safe Turn on computer Unlock cupboards and  drawers Display/Store magazines Set date stamp Set out office tools Repetitious Tasks Answer phone Use computer Pass out keys Look up info Provide directions Distribute magazines Change TV channel Date-stamp ad-slips  for posting
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Movement within Workspace Leg room Chair movement Access to telephone Access to maps Access to hand-outs Interaction with co-workers Interaction with customers Slide needs work
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Environment Lighting Fixtures Glare Sunlight Temperature Noise Olfactory Slide needs work
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Workstation Principles You can eliminate  those little aches  and pains that creep  up after a day at the  desk.   All it takes is a little   Ergonomic know- how.
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