Handbook of Standards and Guidelines in Ergonomics and Human Factors

A comprehensive review of international and national standards and guidelines, this handbook consists of 32 chapters divided into nine sections that cover standardization efforts, anthropometry and working postures, designing manual material, human-computer interaction, occupational health and safety, legal protection, military human factor standards, and sources for human factors and ergonomics standards. The book delineates the role standards and guidelines play in facilitating the design and optimal working conditions in regards to occupational safety and health as well as system performance in the context of technological advances and opportunities for economic development worldwide.

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Published:2005
Classification:Ergonomics
AuthorsN.J. Nawwah (Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.)
Publisher(s):Edited by W. Karwowski.
Other bibliographical information:CRC Press