Monitors should be visible without leaning or straining, and the top line of type should be 15 degrees below eye level.
Use audio equipment that keeps you from bending your neck (i.e., Bluetooth, speakerphones, headsets).
Keep your shoulders relaxed and elbows bent to 90 degrees.
Wrists should not be bent while at the keyboard. Forearms and wrists should not be leaning on a hard edge.
Keep frequently used objects, like your telephone, close to your body to prevent excessive reaching.
Take a 10-second break every 20 minutes: Micro activities include: walking, stretching, or moving your head in a “plus sign” fashion.
Do a micro break.
Another video about the desk set and suggestion on how a workstation should.
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