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Title:Uporaba ergonomskih načel pri komisioniranju po konceptu
Authors:Labus, Nina (Author)
Gajšek, Brigita (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Vujica Herzog, Nataša (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf MAG_Labus_Nina_2017.pdf (3,84 MB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Organization:FL - Faculty of Logistic
Abstract:Uspešna podjetja trajno stremijo k racionalizaciji stroškov in optimizaciji procesov, kar jim omogoča rast, napredek, razvoj in zagotavljanje konkurenčnosti na trgu. Največji strošek podjetjem predstavljajo skladišča, kjer do 55 % vseh skupnih stroškov ustvari komisioniranje, zaradi česar je iz vidika raziskovanja pomembno in zanimivo. Raziskovali smo koncept komisioniranja »človek k blagu«, ki omogoča fleksibilno delo in je optimalna izbira za večino podjetij. Koncept je povezan z visoko stopnjo delovnih poškodb in z delom povezanih obolenj. Delo zahteva fizične napore, ki so posledica rokovanja s težkim blagom, izvajanja ponavljajočih se gibov in uporabe manipulativnih sredstev. Človek kot glavni akter koncepta vpliva na stroške, ki jih povzroči komisioniranje in kvaliteto opravljenega dela, ki je odvisna od tehnološke podprtosti, fizično in psihično sposobnih ter motiviranih ljudi. Opravili smo pregled znanstvene in strokovne literature na temo ergonomska načela pri komisioniranju po konceptu »človek k blagu« in kvantitativno raziskavo o ergonomskih lastnostih pri skladiščnih aktivnostih. Ugotovili smo, da več kot 54 % anketiranih zaznava resne zdravstvene težave. Več kot 60 % anketiranih komisionarjev težave z zdravjem povezuje z načinom dela, slabih 24 % anketiranih jih povezuje z uporabo določenega transportnega sredstva in 100 % anketiranih se strinja, da navedeni ukrepi za zmanjšanje fizičnega napora in večja podpora tehnologije vpliva na povečano hitrost dela in boljše zdravstveno stanje komisionarjev.
Keywords:delovne poškodbe, »človek k blagu«, ergonomija, komisioniranje, produktivnost, stroški
Year of publishing:2017
Source:Maribor
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:J6RRR4XG
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Language:English
Title:Use of ergonomic principles in picking concept »picker to part«
Abstract:Successful companies strive for continuous rationalization of costs and optimization of processes, allowing them to grow, progress, development and ultimately ensuring competitiveness in the market. The biggest collectors of costs in company business are warehouses where up to 55 % of the total costs are generated by picking, which is resulting from the research point of view, important and interesting. We studied the concept of picking »picker to part«, which enables flexible work and is an optimal choice for most businesses. The concept is associated with a high degree of job injuries and work-related illnesses. The work requires physical effort, as a result of handling heavy goods, execution of repetitive movements and manipulative use of resources. Worker as a main player in the concept has impact on costs caused by the picking and service quality, which depends on provided technological support, physically and mentally capable and motivated people. We therefore conducted a review of scientific and technical literature on the topic of ergonomic principles in order picking "man to goods" and conducted quantitative research on the ergonomic properties of the storage activities. We found out that more than 54 % of the interviewed perceive serious health problems. More than 60 % of interviewed pickers associate health problems with work methods, poor 24 % of interviewed associate them with the use of certain means of transport and 100 % of interviewed agree that suggested measures to reduce physical exertion and increase support for technology, impact on the increased work rate and better state of health pickers.
Keywords:injuries, »picker to part«, ergonomics, picking, productivity, costs


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