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Practical Ergonomics Methodology

Practical Ergonomics Methodology

by John R. Wilson

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A general text on ergonomics methodology, intended as a companion to a general textbook on ergonomics and human factors. The volume contains seven parts: general approaches and methods; basic ergonomics methods and techniques; techniques in product of system design and evaluation; assessment and design of the physical workplace; analysis of work activities; analysis and evaluation of work systems; and introduction and implementation of systems. This revised edition (first was 1990) adds new chapters on human-machine interfaces for systems control, ergonomics and participation, evaluating work conditions and risk of injury--techniques for field surveys, undertaking an ergonomics study in industry, and practical measurement of psychophysiological functions for determining workloads. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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