Book Detail: Human Engineering and Safety
A human engineering effort (which may directly affect safety) is conducted to: Develop or improve human interfaces of the system, Achieve required effectiveness of human performance during system operation, maintenance, and support, and Make economical demands upon personnel resources, skills, training, and costs.
Author: Er. N. K. Chhuneja, Prof. Santokh Singh
Course Outlines of Human Engineering and Safety
Module 1. Introduction to human engineering
Lesson 1. HUMAN FACTORS IN SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT – CONCEPTS OF SYSTEM
Lesson 2. BASIC PROCESS IN SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT
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Module 2. Human performance and responses
Lesson 3. HUMAN PERFORMANCE AND PERFORMANCE RELIABILITY
Lesson 4. INFORMATION INPUT PROCESSES
Lesson 5. MAJOR TYPES AND USES OF DISPLAYS
Lesson 6. SPEECH COMMUNICATION
Module 3. Working environment and work space design
Lesson 7. BIOMECHANICS
Lesson 8. STRENGTH AND ENDURANCE, SPEED AND ACCURACY, HUMAN CONTROL OF SYSTEM
Lesson 9. HUMAN MOTOR ACTIVITIES, CONTROLS, TOOLS AND RELATED DEVICES
Lesson 10. ANTHROPOMETRY
Lesson 11. ARRANGEMENT AND UTILIZATION OF WORK SPACE, ATMOSPHERE CONDITION
Lesson 12. HEAT EXCHANGE PROCESS AND PERFORMANCE, AIR POLLUTION
Module 4. Rehabilitation scheme and DMR Act
Lesson 13. DANGEROUS MACHINES (REGULATION) ACT
Lesson 14. REHABILITATION AND COMPENSATION TO AGRICULTURAL ACCIDENT VICTIMS
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