Ergonomics and Appropriate Technologies

authored by: Aditi Vats, Chhaya Shukla, Sandhya Rani
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ISBN: 9788119103126 | Binding: Hardback | Pages: 216 | Language: English | Year of Publishing: 2024
Length: 152 mm | Breadth: 17 mm | Height: 229 mm | Imprint: NIPA | Weight: 440 GMS
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Keywords

Workplace ergonomics, Human factors engineering, Ergonomic design, Adaptive technology, User-friendly interfaces, Efficient tools, Sustainable technology, Office ergonomics, Ergonomic solutions, Comfortable workstations, Technology integration, Ergonomic furniture, Accessible design, Assistive devices, Human-computer interaction, Ergonomic principles, Appropriate technology solutions, Work environment optimization, Digital accessibility, Ergonomic guidelines, Technological innovation, Inclusive design, Ergonomic standards, Technology usability, Ergonomic practices

Ergonomics is a scientific discipline that centers on the design and arrangement of objects and environments to optimize efficiency and safety in human interactions. This field of study, as defined by Merriam-Webster, is concerned with the "fit" between individuals and their work. The name "ergonomics" is derived from the Greek words "ergon," which means work, and "nomos," which signifies law. The primary aim of ergonomics is to prevent musculoskeletal disorders and soft tissue injuries caused by exposure to factors such as force, vibration, repetitive motion, and awkward posture. By enhancing product design and workspace arrangement, ergonomics seeks to minimize strain, fatigue, and injuries.

The ultimate goal of ergonomics is to promote a comfortable and relaxed posture that enhances worker efficiency and productivity. The Ergonomics and Appropriate Technologies Practical Manual sets out to achieve the following objectives: (a) to raise awareness of the relevance of ergonomics in daily life and its practical applications, (b) to gain knowledge about the work, worker, and workplace, and (c) to understand the various factors that influence worker performance at the workplace.

1. Introduction to Ergonomics, 2. Domains of Ergonomics, 3. Principles of Ergonomics, 4. Base Materials, Insulating Materials and Finishes,  5.  Anthropometric Measurements,  6.  Normal and Maximum Reach Zones,  7. Principles of Doing Work,  8. Work Simplification, 9. Kitchen Utensils and Tools, 10. Household Equipments and Devices, 11. Cutlery (Spoons) and Its Uses, 12. Pressure Cooker, 13. Pots and Pans, 14. Frying Pans, 15. Toaster and Sandwich Maker, 16. Vacuum Cleaner, 17.   Microwave Oven, 18. Mixer/Juicer, 19. Refrigerator, 20. Washing Machine, 21. Dishwasher, 22. Electric Cooking Range, 23.Solar Cooker, 24.Kitchen Layouts, 25. Designing an Ergonomic Kitchen, 26. Market Survey

 
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