A Useful Guide to Sitting Comfortably At Your ComputerAuthors: Steve Amos and James Hammerton-Fraser
Using computers is an everyday feature of our busy lives, both at home and at work. In this Useful Guide, James Hammerton-Fraser and Steve Amos highlight the importance of adopting good posture, and of setting up our workstations correctly.
In the past, emphasis has been placed on ensuring that workstations are set up in accordance with Health and Safety regulations. While this is important, James and Steve believe that the starting point needs to be an increased level of awareness of what constitutes good posture. Bringing together this awareness of good posture and knowledge of how to set up workstations correctly will benefit both individuals and employers.
What the Useful Guide includes:
Benefits to individuals include:
Benefits to employers include:
Upon completion you will be able to:
About the Authors
James Hammerton-Fraser has worked in both corporate and industrial environments. His specialist areas are business consultancy and health and safety, and understanding how companies can implement processes in a pragmatic and practical way.
Steve Amos is a freelance writer and training consultant, specialising in the areas of management and communication skills. Steve is also the author of...
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