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Introduction to human factors and ergonomics for engineers / Mark Lehto, Steven J. Landry

By: Lehto, Mark R.
Contributor(s): Landry, Steven J.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press/Taylor & Francis Group, 2012Edition: 2nd ed.Description: xxiii, 770 p.ISBN: 9781439853948.Subject(s): ERGONOMIA | SEGURIDAD INDUSTRIALDDC classification: 620.82
Contents:
1.Guided tour of ergonomic design. 2. Human system. 3. Design of work areas, tools, and equipment. 4. Assessment and design of the physical environment. 5. Work measurement and analysis. 6. Modeling physical human performance. 7. Sampling methods in industrial ergonomics. 8. Macro-ergonomics: Task analysis and process mapping. 9. Computer simulation of processes and tasks. 10. Modeling and evaluation of cognitive tasks. 11. Control tasks and systems. 12. Design of displays and controls. 13. Ergonomics of product quality and usability. 14. Questionnaires and interviews. 15. Quality control and inspection. 16. System reliability and maintenance. 17. Occupational safety and health management. 18. Personnel selection, placement, and training. 19. Work groups and teams. 20. Job evaluation and compensation
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1.Guided tour of ergonomic design. 2. Human system. 3. Design of work areas, tools, and equipment. 4. Assessment and design of the physical environment. 5. Work measurement and analysis. 6. Modeling physical human performance. 7. Sampling methods in industrial ergonomics. 8. Macro-ergonomics: Task analysis and process mapping. 9. Computer simulation of processes and tasks. 10. Modeling and evaluation of cognitive tasks. 11. Control tasks and systems. 12. Design of displays and controls. 13. Ergonomics of product quality and usability. 14. Questionnaires and interviews. 15. Quality control and inspection. 16. System reliability and maintenance. 17. Occupational safety and health management. 18. Personnel selection, placement, and training. 19. Work groups and teams. 20. Job evaluation and compensation

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