Introduction the nature of ergonomics xiii part one the elements of ergonomic practice i j the physical basis of mans perception of his environment 3 the human body 2 1 bones joints and muscles 16 3 ii metabolism and heat regulation 29 4 iii body size limits of movement and functioning of limbs 36 5 iv the nervous system 71 6. They exist none the less no organized effort to study the effect of working conditions on mans performance was made until the end of world war i when the industrial fatigue research board was set up for the first time men trained in the human sciences entered industry to study men at work. Ergonomics man in his working environment science paperbacks by murrell k paperback very good . Ergonomics is the study of peoples efficiency in their working environment economically correct in this work for professionals and students in ergonomics and design international contributors provide an overview of current methods in ergonomics as applied to human system interactions in products workstations machinery and systems. Human factors and ergonomics commonly referred to as human factors is the application of psychological and physiological principles to the engineering and design of products processes and systemsthe goal of human factors is to reduce human error increase productivity and enhance safety and comfort with a specific focus on the interaction between the human and the thing of interest
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