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- Taylor and Francis 1995; US$ 71.95
This influential text was fully revised and updated for the second edition with the addition of substantial new material, and takes the reader, in a logical sequence, through the main areas of ergonomics relevant to design, in a way that allows ergonomics to be integrated with all aspects of the design process. more...
- Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 39.95
The second edition of a bestseller, Safety Differently: Human Factors for a New Era is a complete update of Ten Questions About Human Error: A New View of Human Factors and System Safety. Today, the unrelenting pace of technology change and growth of complexity calls for a different kind of safety thinking. Automation and new technologies have... more...
- Elsevier Science 1990; US$ 72.95
Human Performance Models for Computer-Aided Engineering is a collection of papers that deals with the relationship between scientific theories of human performance and practical engineering. This collection describes the emergence of a scientific engineering paradigm that uses computational theories in computational design aids. This book also considers... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 89.95
The goal for ergonomics has always been to adapt work, work environments, and machines to humans. But is this goal still sufficient? Does it satisfy the needs of the individual or of societies and organizations as they operate now? Constructive Ergonomics provides an answer to these questions. Rooted both in the academic world and in the world of... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2008; US$ 59.95
Taking an application-oriented approach, these exercises encourage students to apply rigorous analyses to collected data, and provide results through formal professional reports. The book contains nearly three dozen exercises covering workplace environment, work analysis, information processing, physiological issues, and systems evaluations. Some are... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2008; US$ 75.95
Human performance measurement is the cornerstone of human factors and experimental psychology and the Human Performance Measures Handbook has long been its foundational reference. Reflecting a wider range and scope, the second edition, newly named Human Performance, Workload, and Situational Awareness Measures Handbook, presents changes in the... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2005; US$ 99.95
Completely revised and updated, A Guide to Human Factors and Ergonomics, Second Edition presents a comprehensive introduction to the field. Building on the foundation of the first edition, titled Guide to Ergonomics of Manufacturing , the new title reflects the expanded range of coverage and applicability of the techniques you will find in the second... more...
- Wiley 2006; US$ 52.95
Workplace Safety: A Guide For Small & Mid-Sized Companies , by Dan Hopwood and Steve Thompson, uses a straight-forward approach to creating the basic elements of a successful safety program. This book will provide updated information and real world examples illustrating how to prevent as well as confront the common health and safety issues that arise... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2010; US$ 70.95
If you understand organisations then you are more powerful, in that you are then able to further your own interests and/or those of the organisation. It then makes sense that all engineers as part of their undergraduate degrees, or their subsequent professional development, have to study organisational behaviour as part of their management training.... more...