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BS EN 614-2:2000+A1:2008

     

Safety of machinery. Ergonomic design principles. Interactions between the design of machinery and work tasks (British Standard)

PH/9[13.110][13.180]
This European Standard establishes the ergonomics principles and procedures to be followed during the design process of machinery and operator work tasks. This European Standard deals specifically with task design in the context of machinery design, but the principles and methods may also be applied to job design. This European Standard is directed to designers and manufacturers of machinery and other work equipment. It will also be helpful to those who are concerned with the use of machinery and work equipment, e.g. to managers, organizers, operators and supervisors. In this European Standard the designer refers to the person or group of persons responsible for the design.
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