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QUESTION: 2 Senior management commitment and support for information security can BEST be obtained through presentations that:
A. use illustrative examples of successful attacks.
B. explain the technical risks to the organization.
C. evaluate the organization against best security practices.
D. tie security risks to key business objectives.
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Answer: D
​​​​​​​Explanation: Senior management seeks to understand the business justification for investing in security. This can best be accomplished by tying security to key business objectives. Senior management will not be as interested in technical risks or examples of successful attacks if they are not tied to the impact on business environment and objectives. Industry best practices are important to senior management but, again, senior management will give them the right level of importance when they are presented in terms of key business objectives.

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Technology has enabled us to amass greater and greater amounts of data and there is an accompanying growing desire to make sense out of all of this data. Being able to visualize data and tell stories with it is key to turning it into information that can be used to drive better decision making.
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This is important to consider, so I will repeat myself: anyone can put some data into a graphing appli- cation and create a graph.
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A recruiter told me that, today, having “proficiency in Microsoft Office” on a resume isn’t enough: a basic level of knowledge here is assumed and it’s what you can do above and beyond that will set you apart from others.
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Being able to effectively tell stories with data is one area that will give you that edge and position you for success in nearly any role.
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There is a story in your data. But your tools don’t know what that story is.
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Being able to tell stories with data is a skill that’s becoming ever more important in our world of increasing data and desire for data‐ driven decision making.
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Over time, I’ve found that one key to success is being able to com- municate effectively visually with data.
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This was an amaz- ing place to continue to hone my storytelling with data skills, using data and analytics to better understand and inform decision mak- ing in spaces like targeted hiring, engaging and motivating employ- ees, building effective teams, and retaining talent.
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My audiences have been a mix of roles and levels: from analysts who work with data on a daily basis to those in non‐analytical roles who occasionally have to incorporate data into their work, to managers needing to provide guidance and feedback, to the executive team delivering quarterly results to the board.
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Ergonomics is the application of scientific principles, methods, and data drawn from a variety disciplines (psychology, cognitive science, physiology, biomechanics, applied physical anthropometry, and industrial systems engineering) to the development of engineering systems (a simple tool, sociotechnical system) in which people play a significant role
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Flashcard 3722443885836

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QUESTION: 3 The MOST appropriate role for senior management in supporting information security is the: A. evaluation of vendors offering security products. B. assessment of risks to the organization. C. approval of policy statements and funding. D. monitoring adherence to regulatory requirements. Answer: C Explanation: Since the members of senior management are ultimately responsible for information security, they are the ultimate decision makers in terms of governance and direction. They are responsible for approval of major policy statements and requests to fund the information security practice. Evaluation of vendors, assessment of risks and monitoring compliance with regulatory requirements are day-to-day responsibilities of the information security manager; in some organizations, business management is involved in these other activities, though their primary role is direction and governance.
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[...] is the application of scientific principles, methods, and data drawn from a variety disciplines (psychology, cognitive science, physiology, biomechanics, applied physical anthropometry, and industrial systems engineering) to the development of engineering systems (a simple tool, sociotechnical system) in which people play a significant role
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Ergonomics

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Ergonomics is the application of scientific principles, methods, and data drawn from a variety disciplines (psychology, cognitive science, physiology, biomechanics, applied physical anthropometry,

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Cumulative Trauma Disorders (CTD) is a collective term for syndromes characterized by discomfort, impairment, disability or persistent pain in joints, muscles, tendons and other soft tissues, with or without physical manifestations
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[...] (CTD) is a collective term for syndromes characterized by discomfort, impairment, disability or persistent pain in joints, muscles, tendons and other soft tissues, with or without physical manifestations
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Cumulative Trauma Disorders

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Cumulative Trauma Disorders (CTD) is a collective term for syndromes characterized by discomfort, impairment, disability or persistent pain in joints, muscles, tendons and other soft tissues, with or without physi

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Cumulative injuries occur often in connective soft tissues, particularly to tendons and their sheaths.
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Cumulative injuries occur often in connective [...], particularly to tendons and their sheaths.
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soft tissues

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Cumulative injuries occur often in connective soft tissues, particularly to tendons and their sheaths.

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Cumulative injuries occur often in connective soft tissues, particularly to [...] and their sheaths.
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tendons

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Cumulative injuries occur often in connective soft tissues, particularly to tendons and their sheaths.

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CTDs are frequent in the hand-wrist forearm area, (for example, the ‘carpal tunnel syndrome’) and in shoulder and neck.
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CTDs are frequent in the hand-wrist forearm area, (for example, the ‘[...]’) and in shoulder and neck.
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carpal tunnel syndrome

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CTDs are frequent in the hand-wrist forearm area, (for example, the ‘carpal tunnel syndrome’) and in shoulder and neck.

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Many different terms have been used to describe the observed events such as over- use injury, cervicobrachial disorder, cumulative trauma injury, repetition strain injury, repetitive motion injury, rheumatic disease, osteoarthrosis
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Many different terms have been used to describe the observed events such as [...], cervicobrachial disorder, cumulative trauma injury, repetition strain injury, repetitive motion injury, rheumatic disease, osteoarthrosis
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over- use injury

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Many different terms have been used to describe the observed events such as over- use injury, [...], cumulative trauma injury, repetition strain injury, repetitive motion injury, rheumatic disease, osteoarthrosis
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cervicobrachial disorder

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Many different terms have been used to describe the observed events such as over- use injury, cervicobrachial disorder, [...], repetition strain injury, repetitive motion injury, rheumatic disease, osteoarthrosis
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cumulative trauma injury

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Flashcard 3723598105868

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Many different terms have been used to describe the observed events such as over- use injury, cervicobrachial disorder, cumulative trauma injury, [...] repetitive motion injury, rheumatic disease, osteoarthrosis
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repetition strain injury

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Many different terms have been used to describe the observed events such as over- use injury, cervicobrachial disorder, cumulative trauma injury, repetition strain injury, [...], rheumatic disease, osteoarthrosis
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repetitive motion injury

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Many different terms have been used to describe the observed events such as over- use injury, cervicobrachial disorder, cumulative trauma injury, repetition strain injury, repetitive motion injury, [...], osteoarthrosis
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rheumatic disease

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Many different terms have been used to describe the observed events such as over- use injury, cervicobrachial disorder, cumulative trauma injury, repetition strain injury, repetitive motion injury, rheumatic disease, [...]
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osteoarthrosis

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Bernardino Ramazzini reported in 1813 that this condition occurred among clerks and scribes.
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Bernardino Ramazzini
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By the middle of the twentieth century, injuries, particularly to tendons and their surroundings were generally recognized and traced to repetitive efforts (Tichauer, 1973).
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By the middle of the twentieth century, injuries, particularly to tendons and their surroundings were generally recognized and traced to repetitive efforts (Tichauer, 1973).

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n 1960, the International Labor Office recognized repetition strain injury as an occupational disease (ILO, 1960).
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International Labor Office
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n 1960, the International Labor Office recognized repetition strain injury as an occupational disease (ILO, 1960).

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Peres (1961), Ferguson (1971), Feldman et al (1983) and Putz- Anderson (1988) described a wide variety of health complaints in the musculoskeletal apparatus of people
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Ferguson
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Feldman
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Putz- Anderson
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Chatterjee (1987) provided a review of the developing recognition of repetitive strain injuries.
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Chatterjee (1987) provided a review of the developing recognition of repetitive strain injuries.

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The Bureau of Labor Statistics in 1992 noted that cumulative trauma disorders have tripled since 1984.
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The Bureau of Labor Statistics
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The Bureau of Labor Statistics in 1992 noted that cumulative trauma disorders have tripled since 1984.

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The nature of our industry has changed and some 20% of the work force is at risk for hand problems alone
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Causes of CTD: Forceful application through joints (A hand force of 39.2 N or more)
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Causes of CTD: Forceful application through joints (A hand force of [...] N or more)
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39.2

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Causes of CTD: Forceful application through joints (A hand force of 39.2 N or more)

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Flexion: Decreasing the angle between body parts
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[...]: Decreasing the angle between body parts
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Flexion

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Flexion: Decreasing the angle between body parts

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Extension: Increasing the angle between body parts
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[...]: Increasing the angle between body parts
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Extension

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Extension: Increasing the angle between body parts

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Adduction: Movement toward the middle of the body
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[...]: Movement toward the middle of the body
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Adduction

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Adduction: Movement toward the middle of the body

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Abduction: Moving away from the body
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[...]: Moving away from the body
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Abduction

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Abduction: Moving away from the body

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Pronation: Face-down, or palm-down position
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[...]: Face-down, or palm-down position
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Pronation

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Pronation: Face-down, or palm-down position

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Supination: Face-up, or palm-up position
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[...]: Face-up, or palm-up position
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Supination

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Supination: Face-up, or palm-up position

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Tendonitis (also called tendinitis) is a tendon inflammation associated with a tendon which is repeatedly tensed, moved, bent, in contact with a hard surface, vibrated, or with fibers frayed or torn apart.
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[...] (also called tendinitis) is a tendon inflammation associated with a tendon which is repeatedly tensed, moved, bent, in contact with a hard surface, vibrated, or with fibers frayed or torn apart.
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Tendonitis

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Tendonitis (also called tendinitis) is a tendon inflammation associated with a tendon which is repeatedly tensed, moved, bent, in contact with a hard surface, vibrated, or with fibers frayed or to

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Tendosynovitis occurs to tendons inside synovial sheaths. The sheath produces excessive synovial fluid which accumulates, and the sheath becomes swollen and painful. Movement of the tendon within the sheath is impeded and painful.
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[...] occurs to tendons inside synovial sheaths. The sheath produces excessive synovial fluid which accumulates, and the sheath becomes swollen and painful. Movement of the tendon within the sheath is impeded and painful.
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Tendosynovitis

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Tendosynovitis occurs to tendons inside synovial sheaths. The sheath produces excessive synovial fluid which accumulates, and the sheath becomes swollen and painful. Movement of the tendon within the

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Epicondylitis is irritation of the tendinous attachment of the finger extensor muscles on the outside of the elbow.
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Flashcard 3723661020428

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[...] is irritation of the tendinous attachment of the finger extensor muscles on the outside of the elbow.
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Epicondylitis

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Epicondylitis is irritation of the tendinous attachment of the finger extensor muscles on the outside of the elbow.

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Pronator teres syndrome is the result of compressing the median nerve where it passes through the two heads of the pronator teres in the forearm. It often occurs in occupations where rapid and forceful pronation of the forearm with wrist flexion are frequent.
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[...] is the result of compressing the median nerve where it passes through the two heads of the pronator teres in the forearm. It often occurs in occupations where rapid and forceful pronation of the forearm with wrist flexion are frequent.
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Pronator teres syndrome

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Pronator teres syndrome is the result of compressing the median nerve where it passes through the two heads of the pronator teres in the forearm. It often occurs in occupations where rapid and forceful pronati

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White finger (also called ‘dead finger’ or Raynauld’s syndrome) stems from insufficient blood supply, seen as blanching. Fingers turn cold, numb, and tingle, and sensation in and control of fingers may be lost. The condition is due to closure of the digits’ arteries caused by vasospasms triggered by vibrations, particularly in the cold.
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[...] (also called ‘dead finger’ or Raynauld’s syndrome) stems from insufficient blood supply, seen as blanching. Fingers turn cold, numb, and tingle, and sensation in and control of fingers may be lost. The condition is due to closure of the digits’ arteries caused by vasospasms triggered by vibrations, particularly in the cold.
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White finger

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White finger (also called ‘dead finger’ or Raynauld’s syndrome) stems from insufficient blood supply, seen as blanching. Fingers turn cold, numb, and tingle, and sensation in and control of fingers

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Radial tunnel syndrome, also called resistant tennis elbow, is an entrapment or compression of a nerve within the forearm.
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Flashcard 3723669671180

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[...] also called resistant tennis elbow, is an entrapment or compression of a nerve within the forearm.
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Radial tunnel syndrome

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Radial tunnel syndrome, also called resistant tennis elbow, is an entrapment or compression of a nerve within the forearm.

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Guyon tunnel syndrome results from entrapment of the ulnar nerve as it passes through the Guyon tunnel in the wrist. It can occur from prolonged flexion and extension of the wrist and repeated pressure on the base of the palm (hypothenar eminence).
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Flashcard 3723674914060

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[...] results from entrapment of the ulnar nerve as it passes through the Guyon tunnel in the wrist. It can occur from prolonged flexion and extension of the wrist and repeated pressure on the base of the palm (hypothenar eminence).
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Guyon tunnel syndrome

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Guyon tunnel syndrome results from entrapment of the ulnar nerve as it passes through the Guyon tunnel in the wrist. It can occur from prolonged flexion and extension of the wrist and repeated pressure on th

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Carpal tunnel syndrome is the result of compression of the median nerve in the carpal tunnel of the wrist. This tunnel is an opening under the carpal ligament on the palmar side of the carpal bones, through which pass the median nerve, finger tendons, and blood vessels Swelling of the tendon sheath reduces the opening of the tunnel and pinches the median nerve (and blood vessels).
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Flashcard 3723677535500

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[...] is the result of compression of the median nerve in the carpal tunnel of the wrist. This tunnel is an opening under the carpal ligament on the palmar side of the carpal bones, through which pass the median nerve, finger tendons, and blood vessels Swelling of the tendon sheath reduces the opening of the tunnel and pinches the median nerve (and blood vessels).
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Carpal tunnel syndrome

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Carpal tunnel syndrome is the result of compression of the median nerve in the carpal tunnel of the wrist. This tunnel is an opening under the carpal ligament on the palmar side of the carpal bones, through w

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Stage 1 shows aches and ‘tiredness’ during the working hours, but which usually settle overnight and over days off work. There is usually no reduction in work performance. This condition may persist for weeks or months, and is reversible.
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Flashcard 3723680156940

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[...] shows aches and ‘tiredness’ during the working hours, but which usually settle overnight and over days off work. There is usually no reduction in work performance. This condition may persist for weeks or months, and is reversible.
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Stage 1

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Stage 1 shows aches and ‘tiredness’ during the working hours, but which usually settle overnight and over days off work. There is usually no reduction in work performance. This condition may pe

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Stage 2 has symptoms that start early in the work-shift, and which do not settle overnight. Sleep may be disturbed and the capacity to perform the repetitive work reduced. This condition usually persists over months.
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Flashcard 3723682778380

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[...] has symptoms that start early in the work-shift, and which do not settle overnight. Sleep may be disturbed and the capacity to perform the repetitive work reduced. This condition usually persists over months.
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Stage 2

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Stage 2 has symptoms that start early in the work-shift, and which do not settle overnight. Sleep may be disturbed and the capacity to perform the repetitive work reduced. This condition usuall

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Stage 3 is characterised by symptoms that persist at rest, pain that occurs with non-repetitive movements, and disturbed sleep. The person is unable to perform even light duties, and experiences difficulties in other tasks. This condition may last for months or years.
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Flashcard 3723685399820

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[...] is characterised by symptoms that persist at rest, pain that occurs with non-repetitive movements, and disturbed sleep. The person is unable to perform even light duties, and experiences difficulties in other tasks. This condition may last for months or years.
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Stage 3

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Stage 3 is characterised by symptoms that persist at rest, pain that occurs with non-repetitive movements, and disturbed sleep. The person is unable to perform even light duties, and experience

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For upper-limb CTDs alone, an insurance company estimates the nationwide Worker's Compensation costs to be about $600 million
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Flashcard 3723688021260

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For upper-limb CTDs alone, an insurance company estimates the nationwide Worker's Compensation costs to be about [...]
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$600 million

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For upper-limb CTDs alone, an insurance company estimates the nationwide Worker's Compensation costs to be about $600 million

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or employers and insurers, disability and treatment payments can amount to $25,000 per case
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Flashcard 3723690642700

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For employers and insurers, disability and treatment payments can amount to [...] per case
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$25,000

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or employers and insurers, disability and treatment payments can amount to $25,000 per case

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Unconfirmed in the literature surveyed, but mentioned by a number of people: Vitamin B6 therapy.
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Flashcard 3723694050572

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Unconfirmed in the literature surveyed, but mentioned by a number of people: [...] therapy.
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Vitamin B6

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Unconfirmed in the literature surveyed, but mentioned by a number of people: Vitamin B6 therapy.

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Anti-inflammatory medications to reduce swelling and relieve pressure on the median nerve. Ibuprofen is often recommended.
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Flashcard 3723696672012

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Anti-inflammatory medications to reduce swelling and relieve pressure on the median nerve. [...] is often recommended.
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Ibuprofen

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Anti-inflammatory medications to reduce swelling and relieve pressure on the median nerve. Ibuprofen is often recommended.

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Steroid injections into the wrist may be prescribed.
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[...] injections into the wrist may be prescribed.
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Steroid

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Steroid injections into the wrist may be prescribed.

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Existing research suggests that mid-morning and mid- afternoon breaks don't positively affect comfort or fatigue as much as shorter, more frequent breaks. This research suggests that workers should take a short break of five to 12 minutes every hour
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Existing research suggests that mid-morning and mid- afternoon breaks don't positively affect comfort or fatigue as much as shorter, more frequent breaks. This research suggests that workers should take a short break of [...] every hour
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five to 12 minutes

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that mid-morning and mid- afternoon breaks don't positively affect comfort or fatigue as much as shorter, more frequent breaks. This research suggests that workers should take a short break of <span>five to 12 minutes every hour <span>

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Control. Successful programs often have large steering committees that ensure input from workers as well as managers.
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[...]. Successful programs often have large steering committees that ensure input from workers as well as managers.
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Control

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Control. Successful programs often have large steering committees that ensure input from workers as well as managers.

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Self-reliance. The various components of the program often stress the workers' active involvement rather than passive education by outsiders. Input from workers is especially important if jobs need to be modified.
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Flashcard 3723707157772

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[...]. The various components of the program often stress the workers' active involvement rather than passive education by outsiders. Input from workers is especially important if jobs need to be modified.
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Self-reliance

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Self-reliance. The various components of the program often stress the workers' active involvement rather than passive education by outsiders. Input from workers is especially important if jobs need t

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Seat height should be pneumatically adjusted while seated. A range of 16 - 20.5 inches off the floor should accommodate most users.
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Flashcard 3723712400652

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Seat height should be pneumatically adjusted while seated. A range of [...] inches off the floor should accommodate most users.
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16 - 20.5

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Seat height should be pneumatically adjusted while seated. A range of 16 - 20.5 inches off the floor should accommodate most users.

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A seat width of 17-20 inches suffices for most people and should be deep enough to permit the back to contact the lumbar backrest without cutting into the backs of knees. The front edge should be rounded and padded. The seat slant should be adjustable (0 to 10 degrees). Avoid bucket-type seats. The seat should swivel easily.
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A seat width of [...] inches suffices for most people and should be deep enough to permit the back to contact the lumbar backrest without cutting into the backs of knees. The front edge should be rounded and padded. The seat slant should be adjustable (0 to 10 degrees). Avoid bucket-type seats. The seat should swivel easily.
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17-20

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A seat width of 17-20 inches suffices for most people and should be deep enough to permit the back to contact the lumbar backrest without cutting into the backs of knees. The front edge should be rounded and

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Flashcard 3723716070668

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A seat width of 17-20 inches suffices for most people and should be deep enough to permit the back to contact the lumbar backrest without cutting into the backs of knees. The front edge should be rounded and padded. The seat slant should be adjustable ([...] degrees). Avoid bucket-type seats. The seat should swivel easily.
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0 to 10

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hould be deep enough to permit the back to contact the lumbar backrest without cutting into the backs of knees. The front edge should be rounded and padded. The seat slant should be adjustable (<span>0 to 10 degrees). Avoid bucket-type seats. The seat should swivel easily. <span>

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The backrest should offer firm support, especially in the lumbar (lower back) region, should be 12- 19 inches wide, and should be easily adjustable both in angle and height, while sitting. The optimum angle between seat and back should permit a working posture of at least 90 degrees between the spine and thighs.
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Flashcard 3723719478540

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The backrest should offer firm support, especially in the lumbar (lower back) region, should be [...] inches wide, and should be easily adjustable both in angle and height, while sitting. The optimum angle between seat and back should permit a working posture of at least 90 degrees between the spine and thighs.
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12- 19

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The backrest should offer firm support, especially in the lumbar (lower back) region, should be 12- 19 inches wide, and should be easily adjustable both in angle and height, while sitting. The optimum angle between seat and back should permit a working posture of at least 90 degrees betw

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Flashcard 3723720527116

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The backrest should offer firm support, especially in the lumbar (lower back) region, should be 12- 19 inches wide, and should be easily adjustable both in angle and height, while sitting. The optimum angle between seat and back should permit a working posture of at least [...] degrees between the spine and thighs.
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90

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egion, should be 12- 19 inches wide, and should be easily adjustable both in angle and height, while sitting. The optimum angle between seat and back should permit a working posture of at least <span>90 degrees between the spine and thighs. <span>

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The ideal is for the user to be able to sit at the work station with the keyboard in place and be able to easily maintain a 90-100 degree elbow angle and straight wrists while keying.
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Flashcard 3723723148556

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The ideal is for the user to be able to sit at the work station with the keyboard in place and be able to easily maintain a [...] degree elbow angle and straight wrists while keying.
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90-100

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The ideal is for the user to be able to sit at the work station with the keyboard in place and be able to easily maintain a 90-100 degree elbow angle and straight wrists while keying.

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The height of an adjustable keyboard support should adjust between 23" and 28" to accommodate most-but not all-users. 26" is a recommended compromise position while leg clearance must still be considered.
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Flashcard 3723725769996

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The height of an adjustable keyboard support should adjust between [...] to accommodate most-but not all-users. 26" is a recommended compromise position while leg clearance must still be considered.
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23" and 28"

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The height of an adjustable keyboard support should adjust between 23" and 28" to accommodate most-but not all-users. 26" is a recommended compromise position while leg clearance must still be considered.

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Flashcard 3723726818572

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The height of an adjustable keyboard support should adjust between 23" and 28" to accommodate most-but not all-users. [...] is a recommended compromise position while leg clearance must still be considered.
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26"

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The height of an adjustable keyboard support should adjust between 23" and 28" to accommodate most-but not all-users. 26" is a recommended compromise position while leg clearance must still be considered.

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The knee space should be at least 30" wide by 19"deep by 27" high to comply with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
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Flashcard 3723729440012

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The knee space should be at least [...]" wide by 19"deep by 27" high to comply with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
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30

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The knee space should be at least 30" wide by 19"deep by 27" high to comply with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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Flashcard 3723730488588

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The knee space should be at least 30" wide by [...]"deep by 27" high to comply with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
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19

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The knee space should be at least 30" wide by 19"deep by 27" high to comply with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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Flashcard 3723731537164

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The knee space should be at least 30" wide by 19"deep by [...]" high to comply with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
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27

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The knee space should be at least 30" wide by 19"deep by 27" high to comply with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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A general recommendation is that the work area top should be at least as big as the standard office desk - 30 inches by 60 inches. A depth of at least 30 inches allows flexibility in use/reuse of the work area.
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A general recommendation is that the work area top should be at least as big as the standard office desk - [...] inches by 60 inches. A depth of at least 30 inches allows flexibility in use/reuse of the work area.
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30

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Flashcard 3723735207180

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A general recommendation is that the work area top should be at least as big as the standard office desk - 30 inches by [...] inches. A depth of at least 30 inches allows flexibility in use/reuse of the work area.
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60

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Flashcard 3723736255756

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A general recommendation is that the work area top should be at least as big as the standard office desk - 30 inches by 60 inches. A depth of at least [...] inches allows flexibility in use/reuse of the work area.
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30

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A general recommendation is that the work area top should be at least as big as the standard office desk - 30 inches by 60 inches. A depth of at least 30 inches allows flexibility in use/reuse of the work area.

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Thickness of work surface: one inch
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Thickness of work surface: [...] inch
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one

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Thickness of work surface: one inch

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