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    What is ergonomics/human factors?

    For many people, the word ergonomic is associated primarily with comfy office chairs, the correct labeled “ergonomic”, like kitchenware, backpacks or gardening tools. The word itself comes from the Greek roots ergon (work)and nomos (laws)androughlytranslatesto“th scienceofwork”,focusingonhumanactivity. The purpose of production ergonomics It can be assumed that anyone in charge of a production system would want all of its sub-components to function together with as much ease and efficiency as possible. When part of that production system is human, the performance of the system as a whole may vary depending on the daily form of the human workers. Although humans have great potential to bring flexibility, innovation and problem-solving skills to…

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    Technical Design

    The concept of supervisory control supplies basic design indications, referring to the degree of mechanization and automation. “The term supervisory control derives from the close analogy between a supervisor’s interaction with subordinate people in a human organization and a person’s interaction with intelligent automated subsystems”. A supervisor gives instructions to the subordinates who have to understand and transform them into detailed actions. The subordinates, again, present their results to the supervisor. The supervisor has to compare his goals — in analogy to the cybernetic system approach with the results presented by the subordinates. Then he has to decide on the further action to be taken. The same sort of interaction…

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    Its time to ergonomis

     People are one of industrys most important resources. In todays industrial operations people perform physical tasks of assembling and handling materials as well as sensory and cognitive tasks such as inspecting components issuing tools entering data and managing people and operations. simply put it takes people to make products and provide services. People are also prospective customers. If manufactured products meet the needs and desires of customers at a reasonable price customers will buy them. In fact the more attractive these products are and the more competitive the price the greater the sales and when sales improve wages increase. In a nutshell that is what this book is about: 1.…

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    Food combined

    Beforehand, there was an old saying, “you are what you eat”. Nowadays, it may sound very cliché but as a matter of fact, food has brought a significant impact for human’s civilization throughout millennia. This significance is proven by the comparison between existence of Homo habilis – Handy Man, the first skilled human 2.3 – 1.4 million years ago and Homo sapiens – us, Modern Human. Throughout these human evolution phases are shown that human’s organs remain the same with the exception on brain’s volume improvement.    This development has brought human into inventions of technologies that were meant to ease their life. As most eras offer to its society, benefits and drawbacks, our era offers things…

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    Food Supplement

     Still, it’s important not to overplay the benefit that PHS II found for preventing cancer. “The effect in this study is relatively small,” Dr. Kormos says. Rather than relying on supplements, it’s a better to obtain nutrients from food, which contains a variety of healthful ingredients.  Fruits and vegetables contain many biologically active ingredients that may help to prevent cancer in ways that vitamins and minerals alone do not. “A healthy diet still seems superior to taking a multivitamin, and ifyou already eat a healthy diet, there may be less overall benefit from taking the extra vitamins,” Dr. Kormos says. You’ll hear similar advice from the American Cancer Society and the American Heart…

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    Mental Health

    The border separating general ennui from clinical mental-health problems is especially challenging to managers in 21st century workplaces, seeing as it requires them to ask personal questions on matters that they are largely unqualified to deal with.      In early 2017, a Financial Times columnist asked,  1. “Why are we unhappy [at work] when we have gyms and free foods?” 2. She also suggested that “people with university degrees tend to dislike their jobs more than people without them. Hence, as more people have degrees, unhappiness rises.” 3. Because most adults spend at least one quarter of their time working, their mental health is directly impacted by and consequential…

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    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…

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    Work Environment/Environmental Influences

      On the one hand, social and cultural factors, which affect the work system are assigned to the work environment. On the other hand, the term “environment” means the spatially surrounding fields, from which physical and chemical, and in addition, biological (e.g., bacteriological) influences affect humans and their physical ability. The physical –chemical work environment can be differentiated according to the kind of influences it has on the working person: Working materials Radiation Climate Noise and sound Mechanical vibrations Lighting On the basis of the fact that individual work environment factors rarely appear isolated, but in combination with each other a consideration of effects is only permissible for the entirety…

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    Job Order and Work Task The objective

    The objective job order —or in the sense of a recognized obligation leading to a self-identified order usually would be redefined by the employee in the form of a task. A distinction between job order and work task appears essential, as employees rarely adopt job orders accurately or how they areintended, but follow their own subjective interpretation of the job order. In perception, the job order —termed by him as “objective task input” —consist of “stimulus materials” and instructions. Regarding instructions, there is a differentiation between “instructions about goals” and “instructions about operations.” Mostly orders consist of a combination of goals and rules concerning the work method, that is, “Minimize…

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    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…