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The Ergonomenon - Where Human Meets Machine

Post by Lars-Ola » 2012-Jan-22 19:07

The Ergonomenon - Where Human Meets Machine

http://ergonomenon.com/

Om bloggen:

"I first became aware of ergonomics when I started translating after college. Before this, my aunt got carpal tunnel syndrome from typing all day in an office, but I thought that was just some dehabilitating thing that happened to old people. On the contrary, it is pretty easy to develop RSIs or RMIs (repetitve stress and motion injuries) because that is our lives are for the most part…repetitive motions.

As I started my first big translation project I was typing furiously for about 6 hours a day, my brain couldn’t handle more than that. It didn’t take me long to realize that my body was suffering as a result. I began to get pains in my wrists and forearms from typing and clicking. So I went out and bought the cheapest “ergonomic” mouse and keyboard I could, and kept on going.

When something is labeled ergonomic, it means that it was designed with human factors in mind. “How do our bodies move and work, and how will using this product make our bodies feel?” Unfortunately, as I now know, the ergonomic products you can buy at Staples or Walmart or OfficeMax are a little better than standard products, but they are basically the same and do not really solve the problem .

A lot of companies dedicate themselves to using ergonomics (the science of work) to revolutionarily redesign the things we use every day. Unfortunately, these products are so new and different, most people never see them and will never use them.

This blog will explore issues in ergonomics, conduct reviews of ergonomic products, and seek to raise awareness about the injuries we are sustaining as a result of poorly designed products and unsafe working conditions."

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Ergonomi – så undviker man belastningsskador

Post by Lars-Ola » 2012-Jan-16 08:47

Ergonomi – så undviker man belastningsskador

http://www.1177.se/Tema/Liv-och-halsa/M ... /Ergonomi/

En temasida om fysisk ergonomi som tar upp ämmen som:
-Använda kroppen på ett bra sätt
-Datorarbete
-Lyfta och bära
-Köra bil och hantera last
-Arbete i skolan och förskolan
-Arbete i vård och omsorg
-Arbete i butik
-Städa
-Byta däck på bilen

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Organisational culture - Why is organisational culture impor

Post by Lars-Ola » 2011-Nov-22 19:45

Organisational culture Why is organisational culture important?

http://www.hse.gov.uk/humanfactors/topics/culture.htm

"Culture can be best understood as "the way we do things around here". Culture forms the context within which people judge the appropriateness of their behaviour. An organisation's culture will influence human behaviour and human performance at work. Poor safety culture has contributed to many major incidents and personal injuries."

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The Psychologist’s View of UX Design

Post by Lars-Ola » 2011-Nov-21 10:30

The Psychologist’s View of UX Design

http://uxmag.com/articles/the-psycholog ... -ux-design

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Animerad datorergonomi!

Post by Lars-Ola » 2011-Nov-13 22:45

Animerad datorergonomi!

A few tips on the Posture of your body - Part 1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CqOheOnM ... re=related

A few tips on the Posture of your body - Part 2
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWonbpIt ... re=related

Smartphone Ergonomics - Safe Tips - Mobile or Smart Phone Use while Driving, Traveling on the Move
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4FBMWGGJ ... re=related

Exercising the right wrist and fingers
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUvZ_yGv ... re=related

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Data från jordobservationer ska bli mer användaranpassad

Post by Lars-Ola » 2011-Jun-12 15:56

SMHI företräder Sverige i GMES User Forum

http://www.smhi.se/nyhetsarkiv/smhi-for ... um-1.16683

"Europeiskt samordnad data från jordobservationer, exempelvis från satelliter och seismografer, ska bli bättre anpassade till slutanvändare. Därför har 'GMES User Forum' skapats. SMHI är Sveriges företrädare. "

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Sida om fysisk ergonomi

Post by Lars-Ola » 2011-Jun-01 10:48

http://www.ergonomin.se/

Sidan innehåller information om fysisk ergonomi, främst belastningsskador, dataergonomi och rehabilitering.

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Arbetstiden på kontor sällan effektiv

Post by Lars-Ola » 2011-May-06 11:04

Arbetstiden på kontor sällan effektiv

http://www.prevent.se/sv/Arbetsliv/Arti ... -effektiv/

"Endast två timmar om dagen går åt till att jobba. Resten försvinner på möten, mejl, organisationsverksamhet och att förflytta sig, enligt en studie som mätt vad vi gör på kontoret om dagarna."

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The Swedish network for Human Factors

Post by Lars-Ola » 2011-Apr-10 21:24

The Swedish network for Human Factors

HFN provides information and competence by connecting people and organisations in the Human Factors research and education domain in Sweden. Regular network meetings and courses, workshops and conferences are organized in accordance with network members' needs and interests.

http://www.humanfactorsnetwork.se/

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HFE på nätet

Post by Lars-Ola » 2011-Apr-08 20:51

http://www.musarm.org/ - om arbete vid dator, musarm & ergonomi!

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