Resource Guide: RSI

first_imgInstitute of Occupational Safety and Health The web site of the US-based National Institute forOccupational Health and Safety. It includes details of articles and researchpapers relating to RSI and ergonomics. Not the most straightforward site tonavigate but it is worth persevering if you are looking for a more academicperspective on the subject of RSI. RSI-UKwww.rsi-uk.org.uk www.ergonomics.org.uk BBC Onlinewww.bbc.co.uk Department of Healthwww.doh.gov.uk www.compaq.com Resource Guide: RSIOn 1 Jul 2000 in Personnel Today 380-384 Harrow RoadLondon W9 2HGHelpline 0800 018 5012Administration 020-7266 2000Gives details of self-help groups. Health and Safety Executive www.tifaq.org Comments are closed. Chartered Society of Physiotherapistswww.csphysio.org.uk The web site of RSI-UK, a non-profit making support groupfounded in 1994. A wealth of information for RSI sufferers, offering details ofsymptoms, advice, sources of support, articles on RSI, recommended books andresources and links to other web sites. Extremely detailed and well-researched,this site should be the first port of call for anyone wanting more informationabout the subject. If you have a problem with RSI, you are more than likely tofind all you need on this site. An educational site which contains information about RSI,resources for dealing with these problems and details of products to reduceinjury risks and symptoms.It is extensive and detailed, covering all aspects ofRSI, from information about office furniture to details of speech activatedproducts. The BBC’s news web site provides up-to-the-minute newsstories relating to RSI, as well as extensive archive stories and links torelevant web sites and organisations. The British School of Osteopathy Sources of information on Repetitive Strain Injury,including associations and web sites pointing to the latest developments inrelief for sufferers 14 Bedford Row, London WC1R 4EDTel: 020-7306 6666Fax: 020-7306 6611Non-members cannot access the site. However, the press/mediarelations centre contains up-to-date information about RSI and the society canput you in touch with physiotherapists experienced in the treatment of RSI. The GrangeHighfield DriveWigstonLeicestershireLE18 1NNTel: 0116 257 3100Fax: 0116 257 3101 Compiled by Kate Rouy Previous Article Next Article 1-4 Suffolk StreetLondon 020-7930 9254 www.cdc.gov/niosh/ergopage.html Information concerning the latest research and governmentpolicy on RSI.The Ergonomics SocietyDevonshire HouseDevonshire SquareLoughborough LE11 3DWTel: 01509 234904Fax: 01509 235666 Web site developed by computer manufacturer Compaq offeringadvice on safe and comfortable work environments for those working withcomputers. Basic information, but useful background. The RSI Association Tel: 020-7717 6000www.hse.gov.ukOffers advice to employers about RSI prevention and otherrelated workplace hazards. This listing is not exhaustive and the journal welcomesfurther additions from readers as well as suggestions for further topics ofinterest to include in this series Web site of the Ergonomics Society, includes a huge list oflinks to other related web sites. Related posts:No related photos.last_img

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