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Web-based ergonomic exercise program especially designed for computer users.
http://www.ergocise.com/
Features articles devoted to the crossover between the Alexander Technique and ergonomics, especially regarding chairs and good posture.
http://www.ergonomics.org/
Extensive collection of ergonomics standards, guidelines, reference materials, biomechanical analysis tools, case studies, anthropometry data, and other ergonomics resources.
http://www.ergoweb.com/
Promotes the discovery and exchange of knowledge concerning the characteristics of human beings that are applicable to the design of systems and devices of all kinds.
http://www.hfes.org/
Coalition of organizations and employers opposed to OSHA's experimental ergonomic regulations on the grounds that they are costly and unscientific, and fail to guarantee a single illness or injury would be prevented.
http://www.ncergo.org/
Devoted to office-related ergonomic issues. Includes sections on lower back pain, eyestrain, the pros and cons of ergonomic products, and links.
http://www.office-ergo.com/
An electronic magazine containing news, information, and free resources related to ergonomics, human factors, and HCI.
http://www.system-concepts.com/
Aims to promote awareness, education and application of ergonomics.
http://www.ergonomics.org.uk/