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To All Data Recovery Engineers: Pls Watch Your Health
#16
Dear Gurpreet, thank you for your comments and you are working hard and professionally!
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#17
Hi to all. 

I recently saw one message on the inside of package from Toshiba disks. It was related to a California regulation asking users to wash their hands after handling the hard disks.

I want to ask if any knows an ISO to apply best practices on handling this kind of electronics. I think we possibly are at risk because we handle disks on a daily basis and store them in our workplaces.

Any comments will be appreciated.

Best regards

Francisco Maya
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#18
(09-30-2014, 03:18 AM)DATA_RECOVERY_FACTORY_INDIA Wrote: I am 61 of age and i  work from 10-30 am to almost 1am next day.
I have a compulsory break after every 3 hours for 20 minutes during which i have a relaxation mantra , which puts me in trance for  15 minutes. My brain fatigue  goes away.At the end of the work at about 12-30 midnight I do a EXERCISE on tread mill for 20 minutes.... makes me tired and put s me to sleep.Next day wake up at 9 am. and back to work.
I dont know if this is ok at my age. please let me know.

very good Sir
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#19
Gracias Stanley Morgan, Excelente Información
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#20
I hope that these small tips helps someone.

Many times I have heard computer users complain of a pain in their right shoulder. I advise them to bend the elbow of their right arm so the mouse now sits below the QAZ keys, on the left side of a US keyboard. I do the opposite if a person has a dominant left hand.

Another common complaint is about neck and shoulder stiffness. I am often able to help by moving the person's monitor(s) to directly in front of the user's sitting position.
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#21
Thank you Peter for your sharing, I wish all users the best health and wealth.
I keep walking and running each day and do mountain climbing in weekend and health becomes much better than before.
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