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Several physiological factors, such as wrist, back, and neck injuries, and vision strain contributing to lost workdays in different types of industries using video display terminals (VDTs) were examined using multi-regression model. The developed linear multi-regression model showed that the...
This study assessed the effects of a wrist rest for VDT operators based on an experimental investigation. Muscular strain associated with the working posture was measured continuously via electromyographic activities (EA) of 8 muscle groups which were involved in the working tasks. The...
A work design and evaluation methodology was developed for the design of new workstations, or to evaluate and improve existing ones in industry. This audit methodology will address ergonomic, productivity, and International Standards Organization compliance requirements. The methodology was...
This paper examines interrelationships between the cognitive concepts of load heaviness, perceived weight lifted, and the size-weight illusion effect, and their importance for setting load limits in manual lifting tasks. Results of three related studies are presented, including: (1) a...
Changes in the work techniques, physical capacity, musculoskeletal symptoms and work ability of hairdressers were studied after occupationally oriented medical rehabilitation for pain symptoms in the neck and shoulders, upper limbs or back. The measurements were carried out in the beginning of...
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