A Study To Evaluate The Effects Of Display Screen Equipments Amongst Clerical Staff Of DMIMS
Author(s): Abhishek Joshi*, Shreyash Huse, Aditya Dhonde, Himabindu Reddy and Ashok Mehendale
Background: DSE are equipment that have an alphanumeric and graphic display that consist laptops, tablets, computers, smartphones, CCTVs, etc. These are extensively used in the office environment. To coordinate with the health and protection (Display equipment’s) regulations 1992 many rules and regulations have been implemented worldwide. With this there would be no violation of legislation and also decreases the problem which may arise from use of display screen equipment’s too. Common health problems that clerical staff working on the DSEs may experience headache, fatigue, strain on eyes, body ache and back pain from more use of display screen equipment’s. Usually, the problems to the user are comparatively less in short term use but they could rise if proper practices are not followed. These issues can be capable from ineffectively planned workplace. The causes may not generally be self-evident and might be expected blend of different variables. Objectives: This study aims to evaluate the Effects of Display Screen equipment’s amongst Clerical Staff of DMIMS and to give recommendations about reducing harm due to increased screen time. Methods: This will be a Cross sectional study that is planned to be conducted at DMIMS (DU), Wardha. The data collection will be through a carefully structured questionnaire, clinical examination & testing. Data collected will be analyzed using Epi Info and results presented in graphical form. Expected Result: The examination of the information and proper factual tests will be thought about in the outcome. Conclusion: The end will be drawn after the finishing of the proposed study.