Moving from theory to practical reality, this book tackles both simple and complex issues, demonstrating how to create offices that accommodate all workers. It contains practical advice on how to maintain an office environment that promotes a healthy, safe, and efficient workforce. The author draws on firsthand experience in many types of offices and dealing with their issues to provide straightforward, easily applicable methods for improving the workplace and reducing the likelihood of workers experiencing discomfort, ill-health, and dissatisfaction.

chapter 1|14 pages

Working Posture

chapter 2|17 pages

The Design of Workstation Furniture

chapter 3|19 pages

Workstation Trials

chapter 4|12 pages

Computer Use

chapter 5|16 pages

Screen Displays

chapter 6|17 pages

Input Devices

chapter 7|16 pages

Organizational Issues

chapter 8|18 pages


chapter 9|18 pages

The Environment

chapter 10|18 pages

Manual Handling

chapter 11|20 pages

Work-Related III Health

chapter 12|10 pages


chapter 13|22 pages

Risk Assessment

chapter 14|15 pages

Case Studies