Musculoskeletal Disorders Among Bank Workers: Focus On Visual Display Unit (VDU) | 3202
Journal of Community Medicine & Health Education
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A research has been conducted among bank workers-operated Visual Display Unit to identify the occurrence of Musculoskeletal
Disorders? symptoms and determine its association with prolonged sitting factor. Specifically, prolonged sitting factor
discussed in this paper covers of sitting posture, duration of sitting and seat backrest provided by the management.
Mohamed Zul Fadhli Khairuddin has completed his Master?s degree (Master in Engineering [Safety, Health and Environment]-with Distinction) at
the age of 25 years from University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He is the Lecturer/Academician at the Environmental Healthcare Section,
University Kuala Lumpur Institute of Medical Science Technology (UniKL MESTECH), Malaysia. Also, he has been assigned as the Secretary of
Occupational Health and Safety Committee at the campus. His fields of interest are Industrial Hygiene, Environmental Ergonomics and Occupational
Health and Safety Management System.
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