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ID: 7249/13/038
Start date: 1989-01-01, End date: 1991-12-31
The aim is to analyse selected workplaces in a steelworks and to develop, test and in some cases implement ergonomic/technical measures for the prevention of biomechanical risks at these workplaces as examples of good practice. Training aids are also to be developed and the wo...
Programme: ECSC-ERGONOM 5C
Record Number: 16600
Last updated on: 1993-12-08
Ergonomic and technical measures for the prevention of biomechanical risks in the ladle bay in a steelworks were analysed. Over 20 recommendations for risk reduction, job improvement and stress constraint elimination were developed and implemented. Load handling was improved ...
Programme: ECSC-ERGONOM 5C
Record Number: 8576
Last updated on: 1998-01-15
An expert system has been developed to design underground lighting systems, taking into account ergonomic and cost considerations. Relationships influencing the type of fitting, location and arrangement can be determined for each individual case, and the effects of changes in ...
Programme: ECSC-ERGONOM 5C
Record Number: 8581
Last updated on: 1998-03-12
ID: 7249/14/050
Start date: 1988-09-01, End date: 1993-06-30
Aims of project: Development of an aid for the design of underground lighting systems.
Programme: ECSC-ERGONOM 5C
Record Number: 16619
Last updated on: 1993-12-08
ID: 7249/12/021
Start date: 1988-01-01, End date: 1990-12-31
Aims of research: Further development and examination of the design principles of underground protective cabins at workplaces where control and communication tasks are to be carried out.
Programme: ECSC-ERGONOM 5C
Record Number: 16577
Last updated on: 1993-12-08
The design principles of underground protective cabins were examined at workplaces where control and communication tasks are carried out. Requirement for new protective cabins at stationary workplaces underground and the shortcomings of previous protective measures were establ...
Programme: ECSC-ERGONOM 5C
Record Number: 8552
Last updated on: 1998-03-10
ID: 7249/12/020
Start date: 1986-10-01, End date: 1988-10-01
The aim of the project is two-fold: Determination of the optimum location for viewing the vital areas of the plant and process and identification of tools and aids to enable operators to handle the mass of information received and to run the plant. Demonstration of the via...
Programme: ECSC-ERGONOM 5C
Record Number: 16576
Last updated on: 1993-12-08
Appraisal of existing situation involved interviewing of 62 cabin operators and analysing 8 control cabins constructed within the last 2 years. The aspects studied were: cabin appearance; working posture; control panels; screens; physical environment; social environment. For ...
Programme: ECSC-ERGONOM 5C
Record Number: 8550
Last updated on: 1998-01-26
Two methods for predicting signal audibility were compared on the basis of theoretical and laboratory analyses, and on site direct measurement of audibility using steelworks operatives and typical steelworks noise. Problems associated with existing sets of signals developed. ...
Programme: ECSC-ERGONOM 5C
Record Number: 8526
Last updated on: 1998-02-05
ID: 7249/13/049
Start date: 1988-10-01, End date: 1991-09-30
Aims of the project: Improving auditory communications within steelworks with particular reference to developing guidelines for the selection of auditory signal sets for use in areas of high noise.
Programme: ECSC-ERGONOM 5C
Record Number: 16611
Last updated on: 1993-12-08
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