SECRETARY FURNITURE

ERGONOMIC FINDING JOSIANE LINO DA SILVA CRISTINA FREIRE DA SILVA ERGONOMICS APPLIED IN FURNITURE OF SECRETARY Josiane Lino Da Silva * Cristina Freire Da Silva ** Tenisa Hunter *** SUMMARY the present research had as objective to analyze the furniture and the conditions of a secretary of the management of an energy company X. The interest despertado for the subject appeared in intention to verify the inadequao of the furniture and its possible consequncias in relation the position of the collaborator in its environment of work. The data had been gotten through the pain questionnaire, Checkilist for analysis of the conditions of the rank of work to the computer, Decibelimetro, Luxmetro and Checkilist of COUTO. The pain related for the employee is for the fact of this to carry through activities as digitao and attendance to the telephone always in static position for a drawn out period seated and without pauses. In accordance with the Checkilist for analysis of the conditions of the rank of work to the computer, the collaborator is displayed the conditions ergonomic pssimas, that is, punctuation of 28 points, less than 31% of the punctuation. The research allowed to conclude that the participant of this project is displayed to a degree of significant postural constaint, would classify that it as a professional with propensity the occupational illnesses.

Words keys: Ergonomics. Position. Pains. *Acadmica of 8 period of fisioterapia of Cesuc – email: ** Academic of 8 period of fisioterapia of Cesuc – email: *** Teacher and Person who orientates of the Cesuc – and – mail: ABSTRACT This study aimed you examines the furniture and the conditions of secretary of the management of an energy company X. The interest in the subject arose in to order you examines the inadequacy of the furnishings and its possible consequences will be the stance of cooperating in to their work environment.

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