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Windows as Work Stations: Crowding and Interference Issues

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A window is frequently used as a workstation, often by several crewmembers simultaneously.

The window and adjacent area should accommodate at least two persons along with their viewing and data equipment.

Loose wires can aggravate a crowding problem.

Long hair can get caught or tangled in equipment.

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