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Contemporary Ergonomics and Human Factors 2013
Proceedings of the international conference on Ergonomics & Human Factors 2013, Cambridge, UK, 15-18 April 20131449Skickas inom 10-15 vardagar.
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The broad and developing scope of ergonomics - the application of scientific knowledge to improve people's interaction with products, systems and environments - has been illustrated for 27 years by the books which make up the Contemporary Ergonomics series. This book presents the proceedings of the international conference on Contemporary Ergonomics and Human Factors 2013. In addition to being the leading event in the UK that features ergonomics and human factors across all sectors, this is also the annual conference of the Institute of Ergonomics & Human Factors. Individual papers provide insight into current practice, present new research findings and form an invaluable reference source. The volumes provide a fast track for the publication of suitable papers from international contributors, with papers being subject to peer review since 2009. A wide range of topics are covered in these proceedings including human computer interaction, standards, accessibility, work & wellbeing, design, transport, safety culture, green ergonomics, healthcare, human cognition, biomechanics, crowd behaviour and the systems approach. As well as being of interest to mainstream ergonomists and human factors specialists, Contemporary Ergonomics and Human Factors will appeal to all those who are concerned with people's interactions with their working and leisure environment including designers, manufacturing and production engineers, health and safety specialists, occupational, applied and industrial psychologists, and applied physiologists.
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The Institute of Ergonomics & Human Factors is the professional body for ergonomists and human factors specialists based in the United Kingdom. It also attracts members throughout the world and is affiliated to the International Ergonomics Association. It provides recognition of competence of its members through its Professional Register. Martin Anderson (FIEHF, EurErg, CMIOSH) is a graduate in psychology with two Masters degrees in Ergonomics, and Process Safety & Loss Prevention. He has specialised in the area of human factors and safety management, particularly in relation to major hazards and complex systems. Since 2001 he has been a Specialist Inspector at the Health & Safety Executive (HSE), gaining wide experience of regulating human, management and organisational aspects on over 100 major hazard sites. He currently works in the Offshore Division of HSE where his work includes planned inspection, incident investigation, safety case assessment, provision of expert evidence and formal enforcement. Before becoming an Inspector, Martin worked for two consultancies and the Health & Safety Laboratory (HSL) - working in a range of industries including commercial aviation, railways, construction, coal mining, electricity, oil and gas, nuclear, and chemicals. He is a regular conference speaker and lecturer, and has been a member of the IEHF Council since 2003.
Preface Annual Conference 2013 Programme Committee Donald Broadbent Lecture Interactions "in the wild": Explorations in healthcare A. Blandford Institute Lecture Institute of Ergonomics & Human Factors 2013 Lecture P.J. Clarkson Keynote Lecture Perils and possibilities for communicating risk and uncertainty D. Spiegelhalter Plenary Lectures Standards as human factors best practice for industry S. Steedman Task, team and technology integration in surgical care K. Catchpole HCI Four go mad in theYorkshire Dales: Investigating interactions on tabletop displays C. Hare, S. Sharples, A. Stedmon & P. Talbot-Jones Opening indoors: The advent of indoor positioning M. Brown, J. Pinchin & C. Hide A predictive method to measure relative effectiveness N. Jiang Visually induced motion sickness during computer game playing C.T. Guo, C.W. Tsoi, Y.L.Wong, K.C. Yu & R.H.Y. So Human-automation collaboration in manufacturing: Identifying key implementation factors G. Charalambous, S. Fletcher & P.Webb Work and wellbeing Bus driving - can it be a good job? W. Jones, R.A. Haslam & C. Haslam "It's just part of the job!" Raft guides working with back pain I.Wilson, H. McDermott & F. Munir Developing software to help small businesses manage occupational safety and health S. Shalloe, G. Lawson, M. D'Cruz & R. Eastgate Measuring wellbeing in the workplace: Single-item scales of depression and anxiety G.M.Williams &A.P. Smith Stress, job satisfaction and mental health of NHS nurses J.Williams & A.P. Smith Design approaches Inclusive design within a large organisation A. Mieczakowski, S. Hessey & P.J. Clarkson Combining human information processing methods for product development H.-L. Liu,W. Friesdorf & D.Wang How industrial designers use data during a power tool design process J. Zhang, H. Dong & L. Liu Standards Product development - safety and usability of medical devices C.J. Vincent Putting the customer first - user-centred design using ISO 9241 T. Vaananen The case for human and organisational factors standards R.W. Miles Using standards to support human factors engineering R.A. Barge Defining and capturing human factors in sustainable development M.Watkins Debate: From knobs and dials to hearts and minds? S. Steedman Promoting collaboration Bridging the gap: Should there be more collaboration between researchers and practitioners? D.P. Jenkins, S.T. Shorrock &A.Z.Q. Chung Transport Video support tools for training in maritime simulators S. Komandur & S.K. Renganayagalu Preferred or adopted time headway? A driving simulator study M. Gouy, C. Diels, N. Reed, A. Stevens & G. Burnett User-oriented information systems in public transport S. Hoerold, C. Mayas & H. Kroemker Train automation and control technology - ERTMS from users' perspectives A. Buksh, S. Sharples, J.R.Wilson, G. Morrisroe & B. Ryan Crowd sourcing of public transport problems R.E. Sims, T. Ross &A.J. May Fatigue in the maritime and road haulage industries A.P. Smith & P.H. Allen What do we tell drivers about fatigue management? A.Williamson, R. Friswell, R. Grzebieta & J. Olivier Ageing workers Design for healthy ageing E.-Y. Gosling, D. Gyi, R.A. Haslam &A. Gibb Systems approach The role of ergonomics in the design of future cities A.Woodcock The need to understand systems of systems C.E. Siemieniuch, M.A. Sinclair & M.J. de C. Henshaw Hierarchical System Description (HSD) using MODAF and ISO 26800 M. Tainsh Crowd behaviour Hazard experience and risk perception among special constables J.I. Morgan Crowd satisfaction at sporting events V.L. Kendrick, R.A. Haslam & P.E.Waterson Biomechanics Comparison of required coefficient of friction for both feet for straight walking W.-R. Chang, S. Matz & C.-C. Chang