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ID: 7249/12/072
Start date: 1989-01-01, End date: 1991-06-30
Aim of research: Ergonomic improvement of aids and methods for instructors to ensure better crane drivers and more efficient training. Improvements include the measurement and recording of the practical exercises performed by trainees to permit feedback from instructor to tr...
Programme: ECSC-ERGONOM 5C
Record Number: 16592
Last updated on: 1993-12-09
ID: 7249/12/069
Start date: 1989-01-01, End date: 1991-12-31
Aims of project: To reduce the incidence of biomechanical injuries to miners working steep seams manually, through the introduction of ergonomic measures designed to improve working conditions.
Programme: ECSC-ERGONOM 5C
Record Number: 16589
Last updated on: 1993-12-09
ID: 7249/14/076
Start date: 1989-01-01, End date: 1991-12-31
Aims of project: To enlarge on small-scale studies (case studies) and to devise an approach for the implementation of ergonomic measures in firms.
Programme: ECSC-ERGONOM 5C
Record Number: 16622
Last updated on: 1993-12-09
ID: 7249/12/071
Start date: 1989-01-01, End date: 1991-12-31
The aim of the research is to develop an ergonomic, safe refuse disposal system which would be compatible with operating conditions underground and would be an aid for the miners concerned.
Programme: ECSC-ERGONOM 5C
Record Number: 16591
Last updated on: 1993-12-09
ID: 7249/13/053
Start date: 1989-01-01, End date: 1991-12-31
Aims of project: A survey carried out by the firm's occupational medicine department revealed that a risk of lumbar problems exists in four sectors. Numerous work situations in those sectors involve postural and vibrational stress. The aim of the study is to quantify the var...
Programme: ECSC-ERGONOM 5C
Record Number: 16613
Last updated on: 1993-12-09
ID: 7249/11/027
Start date: 1987-07-01, End date: 1991-06-01
Aims of project: To investigate, from an ergonomics angle, the measures necessary to transform an experimental robotised measuring cell into a semi-industrial version installed on a rolling mill, for measuring the dimensions of the upper half of long products while still hot...
Programme: ECSC-ERGONOM 5C
Record Number: 16636
Last updated on: 1993-12-09
ID: 7249/11/005
Start date: 1986-01-01, End date: 1989-12-01
Aims of project: To carry out, using data on stress and accidents, a systematic study of the possible uses of handling systems in coal mines, with a view to producing technically feasible and financially viable proposals for improving working conditions.
Programme: ECSC-ERGONOM 5C
Record Number: 16628
Last updated on: 1993-12-09
ID: 7249/11/014
Start date: 1986-10-01, End date: 1988-09-01
Aims of project: To design the monitoring and control system for two pickling lines on the basis of ergonomic criteria. To help ensure that the best possible ergonomic choices are made in the radical modernisation of two existing lines, in the light of the severe constrain...
Programme: ECSC-ERGONOM 5C
Record Number: 16632
Last updated on: 1993-12-09
ID: 7249/11/057
Start date: 1989-01-01, End date: 1991-06-01
The research had dual aims: attempting, via an ergonomic approach, to identify key issues (stress and underactivity), translating these into proposals for improvements to the current situation; drawing up layout proposals for a control room in a new fluidised bed unit.
Programme: ECSC-ERGONOM 5C
Record Number: 16640
Last updated on: 1993-12-09
ID: 7249/14/063
Start date: 1989-01-01, End date: 1991-12-31
Aims of project: The aim of the project is to develop a tool in the form of an expert system able to deal more effectively with the ergonomic problems encountered when designing control rooms. The intended users will primarily comprise non-ergonomists, such as engineers in p...
Programme: ECSC-ERGONOM 5C
Record Number: 16620
Last updated on: 1993-12-09
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