Advances In Industrial Ergonomics And Safety IV, Volume 4
Taylor & Francis, Jun 2, 1992 - Technology & Engineering - 1526 pages
Topics Include: industrial ergonomics, risk, accidents and accident prevention, safety and surveillance, posture perception, cognitive ergonomics, telerobotics, military occupational ergonomics, and international ergonomics.
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Macroergonomic Approach to Work Organization for Improved Safety
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