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The occupational health implications of video display terminals: a bibliography, 1981-1985.
Hurlebaus-AJ; Posner-SA; Johnson-BL
PH Information Enterprise, Fairfield, Ohio; :1-18
This bibliography contained citations from the scientific literature specific to the occupational health implications of video display terminal use. The topics covered included: legislative action taken to regulate the exposures of video terminal users to harmful radiation; various effects on the users including visual effects, headaches and stress, skin rashes, musculoskeletal complaints, and reproductive effects; ergonomics and health in the modern office; design of workstations; man/machine interactions; use of video display terminals by telephone operators; and the worker in the automated office.
NIOSH-Author; Eye-strain; Task-performance; Worker-health; Reproductive-system-disorders; Office-workers; Repetitive-work; Computer-equipment; Video-display-terminals; Work-capacity; Human-factors-engineering; Automation; Psychological-stress; Job-stress
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PH Information Enterprise, Fairfield, Ohio
Page last reviewed: September 2, 2020
Content source: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Education and Information Division