This publication is a compendium of NIOSH publications and reports on video display terminals (VDTs). It updates and supersedes the NIOSH document Publications on Video Display Terminals (Revised) dated June 1991. This publication is divided into two Parts: Part I - consists of full or partial text of selected NIOSH documents on video display terminals. The first document (pages 3-14) provides an overview of the various occupational health issues relating to VDT use. Each of the subsequent documents addresses a specific issue. Part II - contains a comprehensive bibliography of NIOSH documents on video display terminals. It is divided into two sections: (A) NIOSH-authored documents (which include numbered publications, testimony, journal articles, health hazard evaluations, and miscellaneous reports) and (B) NIOSH-funded documents (which include grant and contract reports). Each document citation includes the title and year of publication and bibliographic or ordering information (see below). Those documents listed in Part II that are reproduced in Part I are noted with the following statement: (Full [or partial] text included in Part L). All documents listed in Part II may be obtained in one of the following ways: 1. Copies of any document cited with an "NTIS NO" may be ordered from the National Technical Information Service (NTIS) using the order form on page 133. NTIS prices are listed as price codes (e.g., A03). The actual prices corresponding to those codes are shown on the price schedule on page 134. NTIS prices are subject to change without notice. 2. Copies of journal articles, book chapters, and proceedings may be obtained from public or university libraries using the bibliographic information shown in the citation.
Video-display-terminals; Computer-equipment; Reproductive-effects; Reproductive-hazards; Radiation-exposure; Magnetic-fields; Epidemiology; Office-equipment; Musculoskeletal-system-disorders; Eye-strain; Physical-exercise; Work-environment; Equipment-design; Lighting-systems; Bibliography; Ergonomics