• Body Fitness,  case study : body fitness,  Dance,  Flexibility Postures,  Hard Skill,  Nutrition,  Pshyical Health,  Uncategorized

    Measuring posture

    How, then, can we determine if a posture in itself is harmful? A good rule of thumb is that if a posture is held near the outer range of motion, it is probably not a good position for taking on external forces. For many ergonomics evaluation methods, posture is defined in terms of joint angles between body segments. A “neutral” posture is considered the least amount of loading, and resembles a relaxed, standing, symmetrical body position with the arms hanging along the sides of the body . Deviating from this relaxed, standing posture is considered an increase in risk for harmful loading. For situations where work postures are being observed…

  • BSC,  Uncategorized

    FIRST THINGS FIRST: WHY ARE YOU DEVELOPINGBALANCED SCORECARD?

     I can still remember that morning a few summers back. Before the alarm had a chance to shake me from my slumber I jumped out of bed with a great sense of anticipation, stemming from the fact that I was to begin a Scorecard engagement with a new public-sector client that day. After a hearty breakfast of grapefruit and toast (my grandfather’s favorite), I opened my front door and took a  couple of steps towards my car when it hit me—something you rarely feel in Southern California—humidity. Not the stifl ing, barely-drag-one-foot-in-front- of-the-other kind of humidity you get in a Florida summer, but a warm and damp enough sensation for…

  • BSC,  case study ; workplace,  case study : body fitness,  case study : food nuritions,  case study : skill performance,  Healthy food,  HRC,  MBO,  Uncategorized

    How big is the problem?

    MSDs are the work-related health problem with the highest impact on sickness absenteeism in Europe; they are the cause of half of all absences from work and cost the EU €240 billion each year in productivity losses (Fit for Work Europe 2013). MSDs are also the work-related health problem with the highest impact on permanent incapacity; 61% of permanent incapacity is due to MSDs (OSHA 2007). Forty-four million workers across the EU have an MSD caused by their work, 30% of those with MSDs also have depression, making it even more difficult for them to stay in or return to work (Bevan 2013). Individual biological and lifestyle-related factors that influence…

  • Body Fitness,  Dance,  Flexibility Postures,  Flexibility workplace,  Mental health,  Pshyical Health,  Savety health, and comfortable,  Social Health,  technology,  Uncategorized,  Work Environment,  Workplace

    Basic Anatomy and Physiology

    Our ability to work – in any way – is completely dependent on our physical health. When we feel unease, discomfort, pain or numbness, we may be able to ignore the body’s warning signals and still perform work, but the body will perform slower; with less power, quality and precision; with more errors; and at worst, resulting in serious accidents. A very real problem that is faced by all productio industry is when the limit has been passed for what a human body can tolerate, resulting in a worke needing to go on sick leave, i.e. be absent from work to recover from physical disability.  If the disability affects the…

  • Achieving your goals,  Advance Skill,  BSC,  Dance,  HRC,  MBO,  Music,  Uncategorized,  Work Environment,  Workplace

    Movement

    When the different functional tissues of the locomotive system work together, the body generates movement. The study of human movement is known as kinesiology. There is some useful standard terminology that is used in medical science to describe different types of movement, in terms of directions and orientation. Most human movements consist of bending or twisting motions that change the joint angles between different body segments. Some movements are coupled, in the sense that pairs of muscles work against each other to “do and undo” each other’s respective movements (for example, bending and straightening the arm is, simply put, the work of two antagonistic muscles; the biceps and the triceps). The…

  • Achieving your goals,  Advance Skill,  Body Fitness,  Entertainment,  Flexibility Postures,  Flexibility workplace,  Pshyical Health,  Savety health, and comfortable,  Social Health,  Uncategorized,  Work Environment,  Workplace

    WHY DO I NEED TO KNOW DISCIPLIN AREA ERGONOMICSS?

       Why do i need to know this as an engineer sometimes a bit of history goes a long way to explain why certain things in a discipline are considered important. For an engineer it may be good to know what the starting point was before any real thought was put into methodically improving the human aspects of production work. It will also help you understand why ergonomics covers so many areas and is such a diverse and complex discipline. The discipline of ergonomics is not nearly as old as medicine or even industrialization but it arose as a consequence of an extreme social situation: world war ii. With all…

  • technology,  Uncategorized,  Work Environment,  Workplace

    The Technological Environment

       The effect of modern technology are pervasive-both in business and in self behavior. In many part whole generation modern technology skipped over. For example many people go straight to a digital phone without ever having had their houses wired under the analog system. Even in a remote village such as in barrio, malasya –still lacking many traditional roads an-information highway is underway.  Advanced technology information well as other factors that are opening up borders- the opening of the berlin wall netscape workflow outsourcing, offshoring, open-sourcing, insourcing, supply-chaining in-forming- have converget to create a more level playing field. The result of this convergence was the creation of a global web-enabled…

  • Reward,  Reward and Benefit,  Uncategorized,  Workplace

    Reward

     Let us now consider briefly the basics of reward management. What is a reward a reward may be anything tangible or intangible that an organisation provides to its employees either intentionally or unintentionally in exchange for the employees potential or actual work contribution and to which employees as individuals attach a positive value as a satisfier of certain self-defined needs. On this definition rewards can be seen as including not only financial rewards i.e. pay remuneration or compensation but also rewards of a beneficial non-financial nature. Such a broad definition means that the options for configuring a reward management system are extremely wide. Such a definition also accords with what…

  • Achieving your goals,  Food Nutritions,  Uncategorized

    Achieving your taste goal

    Taste as an aesthetic relationship do you think it is the part of a philosopher to be concerned with such so-called pleasures as those of food and drink —socrates  For me there is no radical distinction between the grand discourse on the task with all its dignity and the reasons for wanting to go out to dinner with someone. They are not homogeneous questions but i would not mark out a true opposition. A taste for the secret the project this essay stems from a long exercise of observing the ways in which people encounter food and perceive it. This is a particular project that i need to clarify from…

  • Skill Training,  Social Skill,  Uncategorized

    Social Skill

     There may be no observation about communication skills that is more fundamental and more far-reaching in its implications than that they are developed and refined over time through implementation. Communication skills do not appear instantaneously fully developed and ready to be applied in persuading comforting or understanding others. The novice public speaker interviewer therapist or negotiator is unlikely to be as polished or as successful as one who has a wealth of experience in such activities. The general idea that communication skills develop gradually through use is widely recognized and accepted so much so that it can be seen to constitute the basic warrant for much of what transpires in…