Use of ergonomic solutions in industrial safety formation
The article characterizes basic guidelines for the use of macroergonomic principles in manufacturing enterprises, Influence of ergonomic criteria on the level of accidentality was also presented. Special attention was focused on factors which belong to material work environment and on technical-organizational factors. Their role and tasks in shaping the level of industrial safety were presented on the basis of automotive industry.
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