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Title:OBLIKOVANJE DELA V SKLADIŠČU TRGOVSKEGA CENTRA Z UPOŠTEVANJEM ANTROPOMETRIJE
Authors:Dukič, Tina (Author)
Vujica Herzog, Nataša (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Jevšnik, Simona (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf VS_Dukic_Tina_2011.pdf (8,42 MB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:FS - Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Abstract:Delo je staro toliko, kolikor je staro človeštvo, zato bi lahko rekli, da je le-ta prvi osnovni pogoj vsega človeškega življenja. Vsako delo obravnavamo kot delovni proces, ki poteka v delovnem sistemu. V takšno okolje pa je potrebno vključiti tudi človeka, saj je temeljna komponenta vsakega delovnega sistema. Pri oblikovanju delovnih sredstev moramo zato dovolj natančno poznati človeške sposobnosti, da ne oblikujemo takšnega delovnega mesta, ki človeka preveč obremenjuje. Potrebno je izhajati iz ergonomskih zahtev, saj s tem omogočimo boljše delovne pogoje. Metode raziskovanja so ključnega pomena, saj z njimi dosežemo izboljšanje človeškega počutja na delovnem mestu. Z učinkovito metodo OWAS smo opazovali in ocenili telesne položaje delavca. Določeni telesni položaji so preobremenjeni, zato je bilo potrebno uvesti ukrepe in predlagati izboljšave. Poskrbeti moramo, da je delovno mesto prilagojeni osebi, ki v njem dela, in oblikovano tako, da pozitivno vpliva na človeka. Vedeti moramo, da v pozitivnih psiholoških pogojih raste delovna volja in s tem tudi učinkovitost dela. Da bi se izognili prekomernim fizičnim obremenitvam, izčrpanosti, stresu in monotoniji dela pa je potrebno izvajati koristne ukrepe, kot so odmori med delom, izvajanje razteznih vaj, preprečevanje monotonije z motivacijo in podobno. Le na ta način poskrbimo za zdravje človeka na delovnem mestu.
Keywords:ergonomija, oblikovanje delovnih mest, programski paket Jack, obremenitve in obremenjenosti delavca
Year of publishing:2011
Publisher:[T. Dukič]
Source:Maribor
UDC:658.5:005.961(043.2)
COBISS_ID:15427094 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:CUWD4M6E
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Language:English
Title:WORK DESIGN IN SHOPPING CENTRE WAREHOUSE CONSIDERING ANTHROPOMETRY
Abstract:The work is old as much as humanity, therefore we could say that the work is the first prerequisite of all human life. Any work is considered as a working process that takes place in a working system. In this environment it is necessary to include a man, as a fundamental component of every business system. In designing working assets we must have sufficiently accurate knowledge of human abilities, not to establish such a job, that the worker is overloaded. It is derived from ergonomic requirements witch allow better hard-working conditions. Research methods are crucial, because with them we can achieve improvement of human welfare in the workplace. With an effective method Owas we observe and assess the physical status of a worker. Certain body positions are overloaded, so it was necessary to intruduce measures and recored improvement proposals. We must ensure that the workplace is adapted to people who work in it and a design that has a positive impact on humans. We must know that in positive psychological conditions our work will grow and efficiency too. In order to avoid excessive physical stress, exhaustion, stress and monotony of work, is necessary to implement appropriate measures, such as breaks during the work, perform stretching exercises, to prevent the monotony with motivation etc. Only in this way we take care of human health in the workplace.
Keywords:ergonomics, workplace design, Jack software, strain and stresses at work


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