Advances In Industrial Ergonomics VI

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F Aghazadeh
CRC Press, Jun 2, 1994 - Technology & Engineering - 803 pages
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Topics Include: applications of engineering anthropometry, postural strain and discomfort, industrial injury prevention, manual materials handling, and ergonomics of rehabilitation and healthcare systems.
 

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Contents

ergonomic approach to safety management
3
Joquam and A C Biuner
19
CUMULATIVE TRAUMA DISORDERS
23
The complexityincompatibility principle in the science of ergonomics
37
Ergonomics
55
A Carg T Waters and V PutzAndenon
71
A study of back injuries in underground coal mining
89
Analysis of injuries and illnesses in poultry processing industries in Louisiana
105
Effect of extra vehicular activity EVA gloves and
401
Safety evaluation of the caution warning logistics and maintenance systems of the
415
Case study of a corporate telephone operator and
429
Rating method for ergonomic assessment of mechanical instruments in
445
Software toggle button design evaluation
459
The perceived discomfort and musculoskeletal complaints associated with varying
475
Work analysis in automated optical readingmachines speed versus mans velocity 1H
492
Exploration of casual relationships between poultry processing job characteristics and the
497

Strategies for measuring systemlevel safety or quality performance
119
Assessing human error rate probabilities in a repetitive assembly process
135
Reducing prevalence of occupational diseases and physiological cost by obeying the rule of
151
An ergonomic planning and implementation guide
165
Main characteristics andfirst
193
An examination of fatigue and vigilance during lifeguard training activities
209
Is a sitstand seat an appropriate alternative in standing work situations?
223
Biodynamic response of the human handarm system subject to sinusoidal and
239
A regressionbased computer model for calculating illumination on underground
253
The affects of a noisy work environment on preferred leisure noise levels
271
A new method for work analysis
287
Are body dimensions affecting working body posture?
291
K Swat and C Krzychowicz
307
R Cronqvist and M Hirvonen
323
A study of the effects of respirator use in a mentally stressing task
339
ErgonomicsHumanFactors implications of operatorvehicle conflict data in urban public
357
Extent of operatorrelated causative factors in mass transit system accidents in an
371
Spacelab glovebox
385
Use of risk factors commonly associated with carpal tunnel syndrome to model median
511
Case study of an intercollegiate athlete
527
A pilot field study in an aircraft repair shop
547
An ergonomic design of a multipurpose shovelcumKodal for manual material handling
561
Hand torque strength for small fasteners
579
The effect of sitting on peak pinch strength
587
An investigation of variables influencing sustained pinch strength and evaluation of
601
A lesson from impaired hand testing
619
Biomechanics of manual material handling through simulation
635
A Hamrick 5 Gallagher and M 5 Redfern
653
The effect of lifting belts on trunk motions
667
Impact of the context on the choice of grip and box movement in
687
Strength capability for operating aircraft controls
705
Kumar Y Narayan and C Bacchus
721
P Mignano and 5 Konz
735
A Sharp B C Nindl K A Westphal and K E Fried
751
International Foundation for Industrial Ergonomics and Safety Research
787
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