A comprehensive study of ergonomics and ergonomic principles with particular attention given to ergonomic development in the workplace. Design and evaluation of ergonomic systems and ergonomic program design and development are given special attention.
- Evaluate the regulatory environment with respect to workplace ergonomics in America.
- Relate human biology to workplace ergonomics.
- Explain the importance of considering human variability in workplace design decisions.
- Describe common work-related musculoskeletal disorders.
- Assess common workplace stressors.
- Apply contemporary methods of conducting workplace evaluation to ergonomic related hazards.
- Evaluate common controls for mitigating ergonomic related hazards.
- Apply the safety and health management systems approach to workplace ergonomics.
Introduction to human factors and ergonomics for engineers (Rev: 2nd ed.)
Publisher: CRC Press (2013)
Author: Lehto, M. R., & Landry, S. J.
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