The operator of the computer (PC) is engaged in entering information into the computer. This can be information in the form of text, tables, graphs or figures.
Before the advent of computers in this profession there was no need. Similar work was done by secretaries using a typewriter, and the information was stored in folders.
Many do not take the "computer operator" profession seriously, thinking that this work is easy and does not require special skills.
Leaders of links often do not owncomputer, not to mention the knowledge of programs. Yes, and eliminating the elementary breakdown for them is not possible. They only study the information that the operator is preparing.
The profession of "computer operator" is very interesting, however, it has disadvantages: from constant work on the computer, vision deteriorates and there can be a curvature of the spine.
The operator should be very attentive and assiduous, since one incorrectly entered digit can lead to data corruption. Such work will suit those who like sedentary, monotonous work.
This specialty can be obtained at the school or at the training courses. Such specialists are needed by banks, commercial, industrial and insurance companies, publishers, state enterprises and archives.
The workplace of the computer operator should be properly organized so that the harm from the computer and other office equipment was minimal.
Lighting should not be very bright or, conversely, weak, so as not to strain your eyesight.
It is better if the table stands in front of the window. If there is no other way out, you can buy blinds. They can be used if the window is on the side.
The monitor should be placed directly, and not obliquely. The middle of his screen should be at the level of your eyes. Place the screen of your monitor at a distance of 50-60 centimeters from the chair on which you sit.
The operator should have a comfortable hard chair, with adjustable seat height and backrest tilt.
When planting, tilt your back back severaldegrees. So you can unload the spine. Hands should rest on armrests freely. Brushes - have a common axle with forearms. The legs stand on the floor or a special stand.
The system unit should stand under the table or be removed into a box with a door.
The room should be ventilated regularly. Air conditioner or air ionizer will improve the microclimate in the office.
Every hour, you need to take a break to give your eyes a rest and a little exercise.