manage biz docs 2 tan
Manage Business Documents Design and Development
Part 1- Research Questions
Audience – Investors
How? – it is achieved through stakeholder information and investor information that makes the company look like a good investment.
Fun for Kids
Audience – Families
How? – good marketing which promotes the festival and gives the families information about the festival events and programs.
Organisations can changes because of so many different factors.
Some of these factors are:
Some of these changes may impact the organisation’s documentation standards and therefore, they need to be considered. Things like a redevelopment of the brand image may mean that the documentations will change.
manage biz docs 2 tan
Last updated: Jul 2022
Part 2- Research Questions
Adjusting the Chair Height
Sit up straight on your chair, roll your shoulders up and back and allow your arms to hang loosely by your sides. Make a right angle at your elbow and keep your wrist straight. The underside of your hand should now sit naturally on top of your keyboard. If it is not then adjust your chair up or down to enable your hand to rest on the keyboard. (do not adjust your arms or hands!)
Other Chair Adjustments
Adjust the back in or out, up or down, or if the seat has a sliding seat mechanism slide it in or out so that you can feel the lumbar support in the lower curve of your back. It should be both firm and comfortable, while providing support for the natural curve of your back. Ensure the angle of base of the seat is either neutral or tilting slightly forward so as to make sure the front of the chair is not pushing into your thighs.
And remember, no chair, no matter how well it’s set-up can prevent you from slouching unless you proactively sit with correct posture. The key is to be mindful of your posture at all times, making sure that your spine remains lifted, with your shoulders rounded back.
Steps for setting up your workspace
Adjust the chair height so that your elbows are at desktop level (roll your shoulders back and relax them first).
Sit fully back into your chair, adjust the seat back for good lower back support, use a lumbar roll if the back of the chair does not support your lower back.
If your chair seat has a tilt feature, set it so that you are comfortably supported.
If your feet don’t comfortably reach the floor or there is pressure on the backs of your legs, use a footrest.
Locate your monitor so the top third of the viewing area is at or below eye level. Use monitor stand if required. As long as you can clearly view the screen contents there is no specific distance that you need to be from the monitor.
With elbows at the desk level, ensure that your wrists are straight. Use wrist rest if required, and if you have armrests try to adjust them so they support your arms without beings too high or too low.
Position the mouse as close as is practical to the keyboard, so that both elbows are directly under the shoulders while working. If this is not possible you may need to consider purchasing a mini keyboard.
To reduce stress on the neck when working from paper documents, a document holder can be placed between the keyboard and monitor.
Always either put the phone on loudspeaker (depending on your office environment) or use a phone headset if you need to use the computer while talking on the phone, this will help avoid neck and shoulder strain.
Use your mouse pad or another soft surface to pad the edge of your desk. Avoid pressing your hands or forearms against any desk edge.
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