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#1 Posted : 30 July 2001 06:58:00(UTC)
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Posted By Avatar Are there any type of ergonomic protocols or recommendations having to do with laboratory desk top designs for repettative grasping tasks and to allow the worker to sit properly and comfortably at the station? Please give any table, chair and desktop design recommendations for they will be greatly appreciated.
#2 Posted : 31 July 2001 09:37:00(UTC)
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Posted By Mark Preston This is from the US National Institute of Environmental Health Science http://www.niehs.nih.gov/odhsb/ergoguid/home.htm Here's a reproduction of a guide from Fisher Scientific http://www-ehs.ucsd.edu/ergo/fisher.htm and a guide from the University of Minnesota http://www.dehs.umn.edu/ergo/lab/ All of these links turned up on the first page of a Google search with "laboratory ergonomics" as the search term. The search took a fraction of a second - quite a lot quicker than the best response time on this forum. http://www.google.com
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