Notes p2 - Are there minimum strength, agility, speed, or...

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Are there minimum strength, agility, speed, or other physical levels required for execution of task? physical levels required for execution of task? What is the minimum level of “skill” or “excellence” What is the minimum level of “skill” or “excellence” needed for a successful performance of task? needed for a successful performance of task? Are potential workers able to perform as well as Are potential workers able to perform as well as seasoned workers? seasoned workers? How much training or re How much training or re-training may be required? training may be required? Are there several potential “job postings” that the Are there several potential “job postings” that the newly hired worker can fill successfully? Aim of investigation is to prevent further accidents Three types of accidents minor(drop a box, papercut),more serious(damage to equipment, and injury),accident occurring over extended period of time Outcomes of Accident Positive: change in safety protocols, raises awareness, prevents reoccurrence, increase
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2010 for the course MIME 221 taught by Professor Hassani during the Spring '10 term at MO Southern.

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Notes p2 - Are there minimum strength, agility, speed, or...

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