Case Study of Ergonomics Awareness among Library Staff of Two Universities in South-Western Nigeria
Adeyemi, Aderonke Olufunke, Ife Psychologia
The study examined ergonomics awareness among library staff of two universities in south-western Nigeria. The purpose of the study was to investigate the level of awareness of ergonomics by the library staff, find out if they experience ergonomic symptoms and ascertain if there exist ergonomic education and other measures to ensure healthy and productive workforce. The respondents consisted of librarians, paraprofessionals, administrative staff and secretaries. A total number of 73 out of 94 library staff responded to the questionnaire giving a response rate of 77.7%.
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Publication information: Article title: Case Study of Ergonomics Awareness among Library Staff of Two Universities in South-Western Nigeria. Contributors: Adeyemi, Aderonke Olufunke - Author. Journal title: Ife Psychologia. Volume: 17. Issue: 1 Publication date: March 2009. Page number: 243+. © IFE Centre for Psychological Studies Mar 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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