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Unformatted text preview: Safety and Ergonomics Safety and Ergonomics Designing to fit the moving body Working Postures ¡ Standing ¡ Sitting ¡ Lie ¡ Kneeling, squatting, stooping, bending, twisting Æ Workspace depends on Posture Spring 2010/ 2011 Æ Posture Æ Work requirements Æ Vision requirements 2 Safety and Ergonomics Working Postures ¡ Standing ¡ Sitting ¡ Lie ¡ Kneeling, squatting, stooping, bending, twisting Æ Workspace depends on Posture Spring 2010/ 2011 Æ Posture Æ Work requirements Æ Vision requirements 3 Working Postures ¡ Design static vs. dynamic ¡ Working postures: ¢ Stand vs. sit. Vs. lie Spring 2010/ 2011 4 Safety and Ergonomics Spring 2010/ 2011 5 Designing for standing operator ¡ Large exerted forces ¡ Large workspace ¡ Working on large objects ¡ Stand and reach, stand and bend ¡ Workstation height ¢ Elbow height ¡ Feet room ¡ Flat room free from obstacles Spring 2010/ 2011 ¡ Flat room free from obstacles ¡ Elastic floor mats, sole ¡ friction ¡ semisitting 6 Safety and Ergonomics Spring 2010/ 2011 7 Designing for sitting operator...
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ergo15 - Safety and Ergonomics Safety and Ergonomics...

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