Screen

The screen must be able to tilt and swivel easily so that you can adjust the viewing angle. Make sure that the mechanism works - report it if it needs servicing.

There should be a contrast or brightness control.

The screen should be separate from the keyboard. It should be capable of being safely placed at a height that is comfortable for you.

The images on the screen should be stable, without flicker and legible. Clean the screen regularly. Reflections or glare can usually be avoided by slightly changing the angle or position of the screen upon the desk. Use window blinds where these are available. If all else fails as a last resort, an anti-glare filter may be necessary. Special cleaning materials may be needed for screen filters. Try to position the face of the screen at 90o to any window.

 

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This information is derived from the Health & Safety Manual and Kit
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