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Head & Neck

When working on a computer,
are you looking straight ahead without having to
bend down (extend up) and twist(sideways) your neck?

Yes

No

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Shoulders & Arms

When working on the computer are your hands in a calm/ neutral position, so you are not experiencing any tension in the shoulder muscles while typing or reaching for the mouse outside of the bounds of your body?

Yes

No

Wrists & Hands

When using your input devices while working, are your wrist
straight and level (hands aligned with forearms)
and not bent up or down?

Yes

No

Sitting work, back comforts

When sitting in front of your computer, do you sit relaxed,
comfortably, and supported by your chair’s seat and back?

Yes

No

Standing work, back comfort

When working in front of the computer standing, is your
posture straight and stable – not leaning
forward with your head bent down?

Yes

No

Legs & Feet, sitting work

When sitting in your chair working on your computer, are your thighs parallel to the floor or slightly declined, while your feet are firmly planted flat on the floor or raised surface, in front of your knees?

Yes

No

Legs & Feet Standing Work

When performing computer work standing for long periods of time, are you
changing the position of your feet and shifting the weight from
one to the other (stork stance)?

Yes

No

Eyes

When performing computer and paper-based work are your eyes at rest,
not straining, trying to constantly refocus?

Yes

No

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