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Cornell University Ergonomics Web

General Problems and Recommendations

The recommendations listed below provide general guidelines for a good ergonomic workstation arrangement based on the problems that were identified through the three data collection methods. These guidelines alone do not cover all complexities of their work environment, but they are a good start, providing a base of knowledge about general ergonomic problems and their solutions in this office setting. 

As the following information is reviewed, there are two points to keep in mind:

 The implementation of these recommendations will help improve the comfort, productivity and quality, as well as the health and safety of the employees of the Department of Planning and Development.  

Body Posture

Neck posture

Feet posture

Keyboard and Mouse Arrangement

Desk Height

Screen Glare