Evina Widianawati1, Adian Khorioni2, Bayu Yoni Setyo Nugroho3, Widya Ratna Wulan
Pakistan Journal of Medical & Health Sciences




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Abstract

Aims:To evaluate the ergonomics design of the work-from-home facility during COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia and its implications for musculoskeletal, work time, and stress.

Methodology: Data were collected from 50 respondents that work from home (WFH).

Meanwhile, google form was adopted as the instrument for data collection and both descriptive and path analyses were employed.

Results:The results showed that 72% of workers have a fairly good ergonomic work facility design, however, only 28% have a low musculoskeletal disorder (MSDS) that led to a decrease in workers' stress level,nevertheless, 33 minutes is required to deal with their pain.

Conclusion:Furthermore, the 3D path analysis showed that higher ergonomic and lower MSDS scores reduce the rest time during working hours. However, both ergonomics and MSDS have no effect on human stress.

Keywords:Ergonomic, Musculoskeletal, Working Time, Stress, Work From Home



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