1st Edition

Occupational Ergonomics Design and Management of Work Systems

Edited By Waldemar Karwowski, William S. Marras Copyright 2003

    Occupational Ergonomics: Design and Management of Work Systems comprises chapters carefully selected from CRC's bestselling Occupational Ergonomics Handbook, logically organized for optimum convenience and thoughtfully priced to fit every budget. This book presents 34 chapters addressing selected issues in the area of occupational macroergonomics,

    Human Factors and TQM. Participatory Ergonomics. Tutta: A Participatory Method to Improve Ergonomics and Safety through Better Housekeeping. Quality and Ergonomics. Corporate Cost Avoidance Using Sound Ergonomics Technology and Quality-Based Customer Services. Ergonomic Analysis for Ergonomics Programs. Economic Justification of the Ergonomics Process. Economic Aiding and Economics-Ergonomic Interactions in Design and Management. The Cost Benefit of Ergonomics. Success Factors for Industrial Ergonomics Programs. Elements of the Ergonomic Process. An Ergonomics Process. How to Set Up Ergonomic Processes. The Role of Ergonomics Training in Industry. Training Issues in Industrial Ergonomics. Noise in Industry. Vibrometry. On the Behavioral Basis for Stress Exposure Limits. Work Shift Usability Testing. Ergonomics of Seating and Chairs. Seating and Posture in VDT Work. Human-Computer Interface Requirements. Psychosocial Factors and Musculoskeletal Disorders in Computer Work. User-Centered Software Development. Kansei Engineering. Design for Human Assembly (DHA). Human Factors in Agile Manufacturing. Occupational Safety in Robotics. Ergonomics Issues in Mining. Risk Assessment and Safety Management in Industry. Ergonomics in Health Care Organizations. Ergonomics Efforts in the Package Delivery Industry. Ergonomics in the Construction Industry. Ergonomics Issues in Air Traffic Management.