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This material was developed according to proven ergonomics principles, and adheres to established international standards:

  • American National Standards Institute. (1988). ANSI/HFES 100: Human Factors Engineering of Visual Display Terminal Workstations. California: The Human Factors Society Inc.

  • British Columbia Workers’ Compensation Board (1996). ISBN: 0-7726-2956-0, How to Make Your Computer Workstation Fit You. BC: Author.

  • Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety. (1993). ISSN 0843-6215, Ergonomics Infogram E-J01: VDT Workplace: “Good” Body Position. Hamilton: Author.

  • Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety. (1999). ISBN: 0-660-17891-5, Office Ergonomics, 3rd Edition. Hamilton: Author.

  • Canadian Standards Association. (1989). CAN/CSA-X412-M89: Office Ergonomics - A National Standard of Canada. Toronto: Author.

  • Hagberg, M., Silverstein, B., Wells, R., Smith, M., Hendrick, H., Carayon, P. & Perusse, M. (1995). Work Related Musculoskeletal Disorders (WMSDs): A Reference Book for Prevention. London: Taylor and Francis.

  • Jameson, T. (1998). Repetitive Strain Injuries. Connecticut: Keats Publishing.

  • Kroemer, K. & Grandjean, E. (1997). Fitting the Task to the Human, 5th Edition. London: Taylor & Francis.

  • Ontario Ministry of Labour. (1995). ISSN 1201-1444 VDT Workstations: Layout and Lighting - Health and Safety Guidelines. Toronto: Author.

  • U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration. (1997). OSHA 3092: Working Safely with Video Display Terminals, Revised. Washington: OSHA Publications Office.
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