سال انتشار: ۱۳۸۵

محل انتشار: سومین همایش ملی ایمنی در بنادر

تعداد صفحات: ۱۰

نویسنده(ها):

Azadeh – Department of Industrial Engineering , Faculty of Engineering, Research Institute of Energy Management and Planning and Center of Excellence for Intelligent Ewperimental Mechanic, Faculty of Engineering, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran
Mohammad Fam – Department of Industrial Engineering , Faculty of Engineering, Research Institute of Energy Management and Planning and Center of Excellence for Intelligent Ewperimental Mechanic, Faculty of Engineering, University of

چکیده:

This paper presents a total erogonomic design approach, which would enable designers to increase the productivity of a complicated control continuous process system by optimizing the human factors at work. This study is among the firstto examine traditional ergonomics and macroergonomics integrally for designing more efficient work conditions in port operations and maintenance. To achieve the above objective, first applying various methods of data gathering identifies the existing system. All system components are observed in accordance in accordance to the prepared checklists. Then managers, supervisors and operators are then interviewed and identified. Based on interview feedback and our thorough comprehension of the process , operations and information system, several questionnaires may be designed. The questionnaires contain valuable information related to ergonomics, anthropometry and macroergonomics concepts, such as interface design, training , safety , equipment, teamwork, managerial and organizational factors. In addition, some anthropometric factors are measured in each unit, and the results are examined against the exist standards. Finally , a comprchensive qualitative analysis and a final audit were performed to identify hidden points . the results of the totalmodel reveals problems in regard to ergonomics and macroergonomics. The distinguished aspect of this is the employment of a total system approach base on integration of the trasitional human factors engineering (ergonomics)techniques as well ad macroergonomics techniques for operations and maintenance.