CHM 605 Quiz 10, Oct 26, 2006 Name ______________________________________ print (1 pt), give first name first, surname last There Was No Quiz 9, by the way. Midterm was 9th meeting activity. your email ________________________ 1 pt per reasonable response (1 – 8) Approximate hours per week you spend on research (including library work), teaching, and study: h percent of total hours which are spent on library/study sitting: % percent machine or wet lab work sitting: % percent standing and walking % percent using a standard computer mouse % percent using a non-standard computer mouse (thumb-button, touch-pad...) % percent using a computer keyboard % Is a lot of your standing/walking on concrete or other extremely hard surface? Y / N In the computer workstation where you most often work: (9 – 22) (U = unknown, NA = not applicable) Does your chair have an adjustable height seat? Y / N / U / NA Does your chair have other adjustable parts? Y / N / U / NA Does your chair or stool provide good support for your lower back? Y / N / U / NA Do you know how to adjust the chair? Y / N / U / NA Do you have sufficient leg room and knee clearance? Y / N / U / NA Do your feet rest flatly on the floor or on a footrest? Y / N / U / NA Is the top of the monitor approximately at your eye level? Y / N / U / NA Is the monitor at about arm’s length distance away from you? (18"-30") Y / N / U / NA Are your elbows bent at approx 100-110 degree angle when using your keyboard and mouse or trackball? Y / N / U / NA Do you use a document holder? Y / N / U / NA Should you be using a document holder? Y / N / U / NA Are the computer monitor and keyboard positioned directly in front of you? Y / N / U / NA Do you know how to adjust your chair? Y / N / U / NA Do you take breaks every 15 – 30 minutes while working at the computer? Y / N / U / NA 23. Describe what you believe to be the most serious ergonomic hazard(s) of your work. 24. Describe what you believe to be the most likely injury (of any kind, not just ergonomic) to occur in any part of your work area.