Multiple Monitor Use Toolbox Talk (UK) Mobile App
Multiple monitors, multi-screen, dual monitors and double monitors are all terms that refer to the use of at least two monitors which are connected to a single computer.
How does it work?
The advantage of multiple display monitors allows users to visually interface between multiple screens. However, there are increased health risks associated with multi-monitor set-up that may result in workplace injuries and lost productivity. Physical risks include visual discomfort, neck pain, twisting of the lower back. Employers should take risk assessments of workstations, ensure that employees take regular breaks, employees are aware that they are entitled to eye exams, and health and safety training is available to employees. Follow the helpful guidelines for multi-monitor desktop setup and best practices that can be found on Monitors Toolbox Talk (UK).
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