Simple steps can avoid computer vision syndrome
OSHA Healthcare Connection, July 6, 2010
Computer vision syndrome results from spending a large amount of time working at a computer terminal. A combination of poor lighting quality, screen glare, poor screen design, and poor arrangement of a workstation—conditions that may be common in healthcare facilities and laboratories—can result in visual symptoms.
Read more from The Safety Lady on how you can prevent computer vision syndrome along with a checklist for downloading.
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