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Physical Limitations and Musculoskeletal Complaints Associated With Work in Unusual or Restricted Postures: A Literature Review - Introduction.
  • Published Date:
    1/1/2005
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    The vast majority of ergonomics research has addressed the demands of work in standing or sitting postures, and understandably so. However, many workers (for example, underground miners, aircraft baggage handlers, plumbers, agricultural workers, mechanics, and others) are often required to adopt postures such as kneeling, stooping, squatting, or lying down for significant periods of the work day.

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