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Ergonomics Ethics Environment Topics of Discussion
Definition ▫ The study of human factors related to computers ▫ Fit the job to the worker rather than forcing the worker to contort to fit the job Ergonomics
Eyestrain and headache Back and neck pain Electromagnetic fields Repetitive strain injury Physical Health
Noise Monitoring Mental Health
Definition ▫ Guidelines for the morally acceptable use of computers in our society Ethics
Privacy Accuracy Property Access Primary Ethical Issues
The Energy Star Program The Green PC The Environment
System unit Display Manufacturing The Green PC
Conserving Recycling Educating Personal Responsibility
Science of integrating efficiency, safety and comfort into the workspace design Physical relationship between people and their tools Very important Sickness.
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