The use of mirrors during an assembly task: a study of ergonomics and productivity
The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of mirror and periscope visual aids as ergonomic interventions designed to eliminate awkward postures of the cervicobrachial region during assembly tasks.
Getting to Grips with Manual Handling
This booklet explains the problems associated with manual handling and sets out best practice in dealing with them.
Manual Materials Handling Guidelines
Tables for evaluating lifting, lowering, pushing, pulling, and carrying tasks
Accuracy and Validity of Observational Estimates of Wrist and Forearm Posture
This study evaluated the accuracy of estimates of working posture made by 28 experienced ergonomists using methods of scaling upper limb posture typical of those reported in the literature.
Work Place Injuries
Cost of Injuries
Vibration induced low back disorders
Comparison of the vibration evaluation according to ISO 2631 with a force-related evaluation
Review of methods for evaluating human exposure to whole-body vibration
In this report, the reliability and validity of a few existing methods for the measurement, evaluation and assessment of human exposure to Whole - Body Vibration (WBV) is discussed.
Finding Solutions - Research at the Workers' Compensation Board
The evaluation of human vibration measurements and the effectiveness of different vibration reduction strategies in a sawmill