Compliance Publications (CP) has 2000 employees. Approximately 200 of those employees spend their 8 workday hours typing and transcribing materials for the various publications produced at Compliance. Many of these employees work in a large typing hall (an open location where each employee has a small desk and a computer where they complete their typing). Some employees, however, work from remotely from home during the same work hours, and are responsible for providing their own workspace. Recently, the employees have been complaining about pain in their back and wrists, eye strain, and discomfort on standing after the long day of typing. Individual employees have made the following suggestions.
Margaret, who works in the typing hall, asks for swivel typing chairs equiped with a high-back, lumbar (low-back) support, and foot rests.
Jung, who works in the typing hall, asks for the computer keyboards to be replaced by ergonomic keyboards.
Angel, who works in the typing hall, asks for computer monitor screen guards to reduce the glare coming from the existing computer monitors.
Kepi, who works in the typing hall, asks for current computer monitors to be replaced with large screen anti-glare plasma monitors mounted on ergonomic bracketing for the correct angle and positioning of the display.
Frank, who works in the typing hall, asks for CP to hire a trainer to come in and work individually with typists on ergonomic positioning.
Lavone, who works in the typing hall, objects to any changes to his workstation and wants CP to agree that any changes it makes will not apply to his workstation.
Roseanne, who is an Executive Assistant, has her own office, and spends less than 1/4 of her work day typing, asks that CP provide her with the same ergonomic equipment and training that it provides to its workers in the typing hall.
Destiny, who works from home, asks that CP provide her with the same ergonomic equipment and training that it provides to its workers in the typing hall.
Eileen, who works in HR, collects the suggestions and is asked to make a recommendation to CP about how to proceed. Considering OSHA’s current stance on ergonomics, what should she recommend?
Don’t all jobs come with some risks? If a person accepts the job, don’t they also accept the risks?
Is enforcing ergonomics different from enforcing OSHA safety requirements?
|Current and Proposed Web Technologies (graded)|
This is a web design class:
Current and Proposed Web Technologies
Research and discuss current and proposed Web technologies, such as CSS3 and HTML5. What are the advantages of employing CSS3 and HTML5 features into your Web development project? What features would you use?
What are the advantages to moving to HTML5?
What technologies are required to move websites to mobile devices? Can a WYSIWYG development tool enable you to move a Web application to a mobile device?
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