WorkPace is a software program designed to reduce injuries associated with using a computer. The program provides the user with customized reminders on when to take rest breaks or do recommended exercises. An edition is available for both the work and the home environment.
Microsoft windows 95B, NT4, 98, 2000, Me, XP
30 MB of disc space
Minimum Pentium 300 with 64MB of RAM
Supports both local and network installations
Mac OS x 10.1 or higher
10MB disk space
Minimum G3 processor or higher with 128MB RAM
Extra product information
WorkPace provides a twenty minute educational introduction that gives the user knowledge about repetitive strain injury, muscle fatigue and recovery. The presentation explains how WorkPace works, and how to obtain the most benefits from the software.
Available in many languages. WorkPace measures speed and number of keystrokes/mouse clicks and adjusts break schedules to take into account natural work breaks that may occur.
The level of compliance can be adjusted to accommodate different users. Individuals with existing injuries may require a high level of enforcement to ensure rehabilitation of their injuries. The set up Wizard allows customization of all break schedules, exercises, and enforcement levels to meet the needs of different work environments and individual situations.
WorkPace allows the user to collect data on their own computer activity. This includes how much time you spend on the computer, how often you take breaks, and how many keystrokes and mouse-clicks you do. You can look at charts of these statistics to see how your computer use varies during the day, or across many months. This allows the user to make long-term changes to their computer habits to prevent injuries.
WorkPace software is available in many languages and provides a twenty minute educational introduction that gives the user knowledge about repetitive strain injury, muscle fatigue and recovery. The presentation explains how WorkPace works, and how to obtain the most benefit from the software.
WorkPace software measures speed, number of keystrokes/mouse clicks and adjusts break schedules to take into account natural work breaks that may occur. The set up Wizard allows customisation of all break schedules, exercises, and enforcement levels to meet the needs of different work environments and individual situations.
WorkPace allows the user to collect data on their own computer activity including how much time is spent on the computer, how often breaks are taken, how many keystrokes and mouse-clicks are pressed. The user can look at charts of the statistics to see how their computer use varies during the day, or across many months. This allows the user to make long-term changes to their computer habits to prevent injuries.
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Models / Specifications
Model WorkPace for Organisations: WorkPace for organizations has additional features for the health and safety manager or administrator such as centralised control of settings and remote monitoring.
Model WorkPace for Individuals: Designed for Individual use
Contact listed suppliers to confirm features, options and models available.
Standard Features Included
Set Up or Installation
Operating system(s) :
- professional installation required
- self installed
- site license
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