Advice on how to avoid accidents involving a computer.

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GCSE GSCE ICT Mind Map on Advice on how to avoid accidents involving a computer., created by Lana Mills on 15/05/2013.
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Advice on how to avoid accidents involving a computer.
  1. Put trunking on exposed wires - This will prevent people from tripping over on the wires and injuring themselves.
    1. Taking regular breaks from the computer - This will decrease the chances of the computer user getting eye strain.
      1. Buying ergonomics - This will support your body and will make it more comfortabler to sit at the computer and prevent Repetitive Strain Injury.
        1. Not eating food or drink near the computer - This will prevent you from getting electricuted by spillages on the computer.
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