Ergonomics, Health and Safety

Perspectives for the Nineties. Festschrift for Paul Verhaegen

John M. Dirkx and W.T. Singleton

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The following chapters represent a cross-section of current thinking and action in the related fields of Ergonomics, Health and Safety. Inevitably, there is extensive overlap between these three topics. Ergonomics by definition is concerned with the world of work in its broadest sense, that is purposeful activity, there is often an associated monetary gain but this is not an essential aspect; domestic activity and road transport are amongst the obvious exceptions. Health in this context means largely occupational health. Safety is occupational safety with a related excursion into road safety. All this is very much in line with the career of Professor Paul Verhaegen, the inspirer of this volume. Originally trained in medicine, his interests were and are in health, safety and working efficiency within occupational settings, including the effects of cultural differences, a more specialized interest engendered by his long residence in what used to be the Belgian Congo.

Contributors

Acknowledgements

Introduction

Section 1. Ergonomics and the Developing Countries

Section 2. Ergonomics: Some topics of current interest

Section 3. Quality of work: Some application studies

Section 4. Health in organizational context

Section 5. Safety: Perspectives for the nineties

Biography and Bibliography of Professor Paul Verhaegen

Authors Index

Subject Index

Format: Edited volume - free ebook

Size: 240 × 160 mm

ISBN: 9789061864677

Publication: January 1, 1991

Series: Studia Psychologica 31

Languages: English

Stock item number: 45764

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